Work from home
Giving a whole new meaning to “an office with a view.”
Employees report that their offices are keeping them in remote-work limbo, constantly pushing back re-opening dates but not committing to a long-term remote setup, either.
People on workation can attend meetings by the beach in Aruba or crush deadlines before trekking scenic mountains in Japan.
This is what might happen if you decide to take your work from home set-up abroad.
Try to create a dedicated space, get near a window, and consider an under-desk spinning machine.
Creepy requests for one-to-one video calls are only the tip of the iceberg.
Kibbo has a dream that one day you will rent everything from them.
With the future still wildly uncertain, employers' plans for returning to the office are constantly changing. We asked readers what they've heard about when they will supposedly be back.
With electricity and WiFi bills having shot up, and the lack of work-friendly furniture making our bodies ache, we explore if employers should be paying to make WFH less painful.
“I’m going to share my screen now… can everybody see it?”
Trolls are exploiting Zoom's technical deficiencies to traumatise people, including school kids.