Which One Are You? We’ve all seen those Instagram accounts. Maybe we follow them. After a while, the pictures look the same. The bikini girl holding a beach towel over her head as it streams behind her. Sleek laptops in chic coffeeshops. A cold drink – could be rose, could be frose – in your … Continue reading The 3 Types of Digital Nomads – A Field Guide
To many employers, managing a remote workforce is like phone sex. You get the job done efficiently, but you lose the personal touch. Some managers point to the difficulties of managing a remote team: the loss of “serendipity” or “corporate culture”, less opportunities for impromptu brainstorming sessions, or more control over each employee during the … Continue reading 6 Tips on Managing a Remote Workforce
It’s no secret that Americans get little vacation days. The average American worker gets 10 vacation days off a year, with nearly 1/4 of American employees getting no paid time off a year at all. 10 days is barely enough to take two trips a year, let alone leave a few spare days to use … Continue reading Transform Your Business Trip Into a Vacation in 6 Easy Steps
For many commuters, today is the Monday of all Mondays, especially if their journey takes them in and out of Penn Station. On a good day, Penn Station is a crime against architecture. It’s a descent into the bowels of the underworld, with the feel of an overgrown subway station. The low-hanging roof, stumpy columns, and … Continue reading Penn Station’s SUMMER OF HELL got you down? Try telecommuting.