You work remotely and you need your software to support that. You've already got Slack and Zoom for communication, Asana and Trello for project management, Toggl and Monday for time management, Google Docs and Dropbox for file sharing...
How New Technology Will Shape the Future of (Remote) Work
It's pretty clear that the work-from-home movement is here to stay: globally, 70% of professionals work remotely at least some of the time and, according to a recent study, 30% of U.S. workers work remotely full time!
It goes without saying that at some point in your career, you'll come down with a cold or virus that will require you to stay home from work, drink excessive amounts of tea, and make good use of that gravity blanket you impulse-bought off of Amazon.
Remote work is becoming increasingly common: recent studies have found that the number of employees who telecommute at least half of the time increased from 1.8 million to 3.9 million between 2005 and 2017.
How and how much you talk will determine how your team survives in a virtual community
You've probably heard it said before that workplace satisfaction comes down to liking the people you work with.
The data backs up this conventional wisdom: a study by Gallup found that close work friendships increase employee satisfaction by 50% and people with a best friend at work are seven times more likely to fully engage in their work.