When it comes to applying for jobs, your qualifications and technical skills alone are no longer enough. Employers want more.
Hard work can certainly lead to a successful career. But if you spend the vast majority of your time working and don’t find time for your personal life, it can have a negative impact on your professional success.
According to Buffer’s 2019 report on the State of Remote Work, 22% of people said they struggled with not being able to unplug from work
If you’re working remotely or considering it, you need to be aware of the unique challenges involved, the downsides to remote arrangements, and what it takes to succeed.
With fake job ads flooding online job boards nowadays, you’ll definitely come across a shady job posting or two.
As you scan through the job description for a remote role, you’ll see a number of desirable key skills listed by the employer. And while you’ll obviously need the hard skills to be able to take on the job, you may notice that many employers will place greater importance on soft skills when it comes to […]
While most remote employees are very much responsible, remote work sometimes attracts people who are searching for more relaxed professional environments for the wrong reasons and that presents unique challenges. Although many workers like the concept of working from home, that does not mean every employee is well-suited for a remote job. Managers need to […]
Even if your company doesn’t currently have a remote work policy, there’s a good chance you’ll need to implement one in the future if you want to continue attracting the strongest talent. Remote work is on the rise, and according to surveys, more people than ever are working away from the office to some degree. […]