Why we need more remote career opportunities, not gigs
Remote work still is mainly associated with project-based freelance work. In fact, this is the misconception I most often have to correct when I explain what we are doing at acework. We want to place people in companies where they can build a remote career, not just complete a short-term project.
How high performing distributed teams tackle their communications challenges
Remote, hybrid and dispersed teams naturally have a (minor) competitive disadvantage to their in-house counterparts when it comes to opportunities for face-to-face communication. Less physical contact with colleagues can hurt team cohesion and affect both company compliance and productivity.
How successful remote teams manage mental health
You, a colleague or a direct report could seem upbeat, productive and engaged on a project online, while in reality you’re struggling to cope. We miss non-verbal cues when much of our workplace communication takes place through a screen or even asynchronously.
Demand for remote work is rapidly increasing. Hire the best talent remotely now.