Seeing old photos is triggering. Today, it’s a picture from 4 years ago, when I was miserable with my job and my then-boyfriend had just dropped the Polyamory Bomb. Good morning to you too, Facebook, and thanks for the emotional anvil. By Anna Farkas.
A global firm decided to bring together all their highest performing women for the first time. Great – except the rest of their plan was straight out of the ’90s. On what industry is getting wrong when it comes to women leaders, by Rosalie Harrison.
During my early days in Cape Verde, blackouts were frequent and sometimes lasted hours. One blackout lasted for days. Working remote from a developing country definitely has its trials. Here are some things to consider, by Ann Brown.
Working as a freelancer certainly has its perks, but financial security isn’t one of them. Here’s how to survive a crisis as a freelancer. By Ann Brown.
In remote work, I’ve found a promising outlet for me to thrive as an introvert. By Shayla Price.
There are minor inconveniences in leading a startup team while out of the office, but I can’t think of anything I would rather do with my life. By Karoli Hindriks of Jobbatical.
Expert Raquel Baetz shares what she wished she’d known before a repetitive strain injury left her unable to type without excruciating pain.
Every time I climb, I discover how applicable it is to the act of starting and growing a business. By Katy Tynan, author of Free Agent: The Independent Professional’s Guide to Self-Employment Success.