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Henry is the founder of Buildremote.

71 Remote Work Books For Your Home Office Shelf

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Every so often you read a book that makes you say “Oh, wow.” It’s changed the way you think about your work, your company, your time, or priorities. It’s both relevant enough to your life and tangible enough to implement. You fly through the book. Whether you work from home or run a remote company, a major shakeup that only a book could provide is welcomed every so often...

Asynchronous Communication: Every Company Going Async-First

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Things move quickly these days. In 2020, remote work was the future. In early 2021, it was hybrid work. As we head into 2022, now asynchronous work has been declared the future.   What is asynchronous communication? Simply put, asynchronous means “not happening at the same time.” Therefore, asynchronous communication is a form of discussion where the parties participate at...

Every Company Going Remote Permanently: MAY 11 UPDATE

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As COVID-19 spread around the world in early 2020, offices were forced to close. Anyone who could work from home started to right away. Companies were forced to quickly figure out how to communicate, collaborate, share documents, and manage teams virtually. After just a few months, though, a number of business leaders started to figure out the whole work-from-home thing has benefits. That’s...

Every Work-From-Home Job That Provides Equipment

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If a company hires someone to work from home, that employee needs to have the right equipment.  There are only a few options for providing equipment to remote workers. It’s pretty straightforward. You can provide a stipend, or a fixed sum of money the employee can use toward home office equipment.  Or, you can provide the actual equipment (send it to the employee’s house)...

Every Fortune 100’s Return To Office Policy: Google, Apple + (MAY UPDATE)

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In early 2020, the office was turned off like a light switch. Anyone who could work from home was instructed or recommended to do just that. This was a temporary measure to fight a pandemic. But the temporary shift from in-office work to remote work turned into a massive, unintentional experiment to test where and how work could be done. Like in any experiment, the experimental group...

Private Companies That Own Bitcoin: The List Of Treasuries

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Remote work, freelancing, and Bitcoin (I’d add tokenization, AI, and others… I just don’t know much about those) are three massive tools being adopted at exponential speed. The internet has enabled… Work to be done anywhere (remote) Value to be generated and earned on your own (freelance), and Value to be stored and exchanged digitally without a middleman (Bitcoin) How and...

14 Best People To Follow For Bitcoin Analysis

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If you were to price Bitcoin in your local fiat currency, the chart is volatile. Maybe you already own some Bitcoin and are looking to accumulate more at the right time, or you’re convinced it’s time to buy some Bitcoin but want a good entry point. Better yet, you’re looking for some real analysis about where Bitcoin might go over the coming decades. You’ll see we’ve...

32 Bedroom Office Ideas (With Photos From Real People)

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What does working from home look like? For many, it increasingly involves carving out a dedicated space within the bedroom. Many newly remote workers were understandably hesitant to combine these two areas, but as working from home has become more popular and seems to be here to stay, people from all over the world have worked out new ways to make their bedroom more than just a place to rest. See...

Great Resignation Statistics (2022)

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The Great Resignation was coined by Dr. Anthony Klotz, an associate professor of management at Texas A&M University. In May of 2021, Klotz shared the term in a Bloomberg interview to describe the decisions of millions of workers to quit their jobs during the pandemic. Klotz researches how and why employees resign from their jobs and how executives manage resignations. He was uniquely...

Great Resignation Or Great Reshuffle?

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There are a ton of new buzzwords floating around the workplace. It makes sense why – the world’s workforce switched how it worked in 2020. Professors, business leaders, and journalists have been staking their claims on new terms and trends ever since. Two of the important trends that have been coined recently are The Great Resignation and The Great Reshuffle.  If...