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Dec 3, 2018 | By Alexa Lemzy
Being able to hire and work with people from across the globe is one of the biggest competitive advantages of using a remote workforce. There is a huge amount of talented people to hire this way, however managing remote teams can certainly have its pitfalls as well, from inconsistent productivity and trouble finding long-term workers to simply having no idea what each of your team members is up to at any given stage of a project.
Nov 19, 2018 | By Greg Digneo
There are several benefits to hiring remote workers. Benefits include flexibility, wider access to global talent, reduced costs, and more. Proximity, however, is not one of those benefits. Rather than calling everyone into a conference room for a quick meeting, you have to rely on technology to bring everyone on your team together…no matter where they are located.
Nov 8, 2018 | By Liam McIvor Martin
In late 2009, 3-time bestselling author, Tim Ferriss released a book called The Four Hour Work Week. It was one of the first concerted efforts to bring business process automation (BPA) and outsourcing down to a smaller scale for everyday businesses and individual consultants. That book has been both the best and worst thing to happen to remote work.
Nov 7, 2018 | By Greg Digneo
There’s no doubt that hiring remote workers has its benefits. For example, remote workers don’t have to commute. They don’t spend precious company time getting caught up in water cooler gossip. They only bill you for hours they actually work. And, reports indicate that remote workers are happier overall than those in the office.
Oct 2, 2018 | By Liam McIvor Martin
So, your business is growing and you can’t quite seem to keep up with the influx of work. Congratulations! That’s a great sign your business is prospering. Chances are, however, you are stressed out about finding the right people to hire to keep up with tasks as you scale. Am I right? While you have several options for hiring employees, you may want to consider outsourcing some of your work, rather than hiring new, full-time, in-house employees.