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Wave of remote work

Remote work is the future of working, no doubt about that. The future has gotten here a little bit quicker than expected for a lot of companies though. With the rise of a pandemic people around the world are forced to work from home, making remote work both a possibility and a challenge for companies and employees in all fields.
Remote work is more relevant today than ever before. In the last weeks people have either self-isolated and work remotely by choice or are being told to work from home. Whatever the case, it is clear that workplaces around the world are learning to cope with the health situation and are trying to be as responsible as possible.

Since the sift to remote work has been very sudden it might be hard for both employees and employers to know and take notice of things that need to be done in order to get work done. To help companies with the progress, there is a new line of consultants dedicated to helping achieve healthy transitions to remote work. The help of these consultants is especially sought after right now, they will help small and big companies figure out how to make remote β€œwork” for them. The professional help will see that companies will get maximum benefit from remote work without forgetting any important aspects of day-to-day work.
If consultants are not something for You or Your company, there will be a series of helping blog posts right here on RemoteHub blog, the posts will talk about the technical side of going remote, what do you need to set up, what are the programs you can use etc. These posts will be beneficial for both companies and employees in the need to work remotely.

In the coming weeks and months we will see what the situation means for companies all over the world. But it is clear that remote work is here to stay and through this sudden need to work remotely we will see many more companies understand the benefits and opportunities in working remotely and will continue with it even after the crisis is over.

Stay healthy,
RemoteHub

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