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The Hidden Problem with “Work Where You Want” Flexible Work Policies

The latest craze is the praise and celebration of companies that offer “employee-led” remote and flexible work policies. Some of these individual-choice “work where you want” flexible work policies include: The 10-word remote work policy from CEO Dan Price at Gravity Payments: “If you get your work done, thatâ€....

Jacqueline Zeller

10 Hybrid Work Trends to Watch in 2022

The road to hybrid work has been anything but smooth. Companies have started, stalled, and stopped their return-to-office plans as the pandemic persisted throughout 2021 and into the beginning of 2022. Now that some restrictions have eased and the fears of outbreaks have started to subside, companies are moving ahead with their ....

Katherine Kitchen

5 Barriers to Async Remote Work Adoption

A worker is async if they are not working at the same time as their team members. They might be working on a different schedule, working from a different location, or both. There are several benefits to async remote work: workers can collaborate across multiple time zones, and the increased flexibility can improve work-life bala....

Jacqueline Zeller

Meaning of Remote Work and Relevant Terms

As the work landscape continues to evolve, so does the terminology used to talk about it. In remote work, as in any other sort, professionals feel passionately about the words used to describe them and their working styles. Nuances in meaning have an impact on understanding, focus, and culture. For example, experts in the field ....

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When and How to Decline Virtual Meetings

Too many virtual meetings can lead to overwork and burnout. Not to mention that work doesn’t always get done in meetings, so attending them is not necessarily a productive use of time for you or your team. When helping a team to develop an async-first work culture, we encourage members to decline virtual meetings. Easier &hell....

Jacqueline Zeller

Building Relationships For Teams Working Across Time Zones

Teams are expanding not only in size and demand, but also across geographic area. Depending on how far apart team members are located, there could be several time zones to consider when scheduling, planning, and meeting together. Successfully working across time zones requires leaning into async practices and collaboration too....

Katherine Kitchen

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