The way you get work done and communicate changes when doing it remotely. Don't get stuck in old habits and move to workflows that are more fitting for remote environments.
As a result of the move to remote work, we can expect to see more changes in the future of work that will make workers’ lives better. Here are ten things that you can look forward
Video conferencing and virtual meetings have always been part of remote work. However, in the past year and a half, most people were new to the constant stream of virtual meetings.
To keep everything working smoothly, you need to manage a constant flow of information, projects, and feedback—that’s easier said than done!
The task management approach can help you visualize and tackle your work If your team is struggling with prioritizing work.
When you constantly switch between multiple apps, it’s hard to manage your work. Switch to tools that simplify things by bringing everything together.
Learn how successful companies such as Gitlab, Automattic, Zapier and InVision stay productive while working remotely.
Balancing your clients and projects is what will determine your success as a freelancer.
Adapting your workflows will reduce stress and support long-term company success and worker well-being since remote work is here to stay.
Organizations should not underestimate the importance of employee health and well-being, two things that provide the foundation needed to run a happy and productive organization.
While Rock enables you to organize, discuss, and get things done, these other platforms can also complement your work and make you more productive.
Solving remote work challenges requires more than just the latest technology; it requires adapting to the changing nature of work — giving people more freedom and focusing on results, not the number of hours worked.
The future of work involves remote work in one way or another, so it's important to understand what changes remote work brings.
Remote work and distributed work will be big parts of workplaces in the future, so it’s important to understand the differences between them.
Why we built Rock from the ground up for a distributed workforce.