Remote work veterans are no strangers to virtual collaboration, be it phone, instant messaging, or video collaboration. With so many people jumping into collaboration for the first time due to Covid-19, there can be a learning curve.…
The comedy duo, Tripp and Tyler, totally get remote work. Here are a few favorites from their YouTube channel: video conference calls, audio conference calls, and email.
Freelance? Self-Employed? Work remotely? You’ll laugh at these (and some of them, perhaps not). Even in 2014, BuzzFeed’s gif game was good.
Three words: conference call bingo. Yes! I think some enterprising person should make up a deck of these. They could be sold, yes? And used? Heck yes.
Colin Nissan wrote a fabulous humor piece in The New Yorker about the trials of working from home, including constant eating, not exercising, and not being productive.
The team at InVision collaborated on this list of 50 things only remote workers understand. They're a 100% remote company, so of course, they get it! Which ones speak to you?