If you thought office cubicles and desk-bound meetings were the best way to get the job done, think again! An increasing number of people are working from home, at least flexibly, and this trend doesn’t seem to be going away anytime soon. In fact, many people who work remotely say that they get more done in fewer hours than they did when they were stuck in the office. This raises the question: why do so many people work from home? We’ve come up with 7 of the top reasons why remote working is the future of the workplace.
Nothing quite beats listening to a podcast on your morning walk or mid-afternoon break. Getting more work done and staying productive while you’re at it can be incredibly difficult when you’re working remotely—if you can find the time to listen to podcasts at all. While there are certainly fewer podcasts designed specifically with remote workers in mind, it’s still possible to find ones that can help you become more productive and get your work done, whether you listen during your commute or while on break at work. At Wurkr, we are massive fans of podcasts and so we have created a list of our favorite must-listen podcasts for remote workers.
The era of remote working is here, and it is here to stay. In comparison to their in-office colleagues, remote workers are more productive, more engaged, and produce higher quality work. However, without the right kind of management, remote workers can struggle to get their work done—or worse, decide that they just don’t want to work at all! That’s why Wurkr was created: to make remote working more manageable and enjoyable for managers and workers alike. Here are the six unforgivable remote working mistakes everyone makes, as well as how Wurkr can help you prevent them!
London, 13 August 2021 – Wurkr, the UK and India-based SaaS platform that enables teams to work together from anywhere in an immersive virtual workspace, has welcomed Vasudha Mangalam as their new Advising CHRO.
Since Wurkr’s inception, we have tried to help our customers work together from anywhere. Over the last year, we have been on quite the journey. While, Wurkr has enabled thousands of you to stay better engaged whilst working remotely we know it has not been perfect.
Long gone are the days of your boss literally peering over your shoulder to see what you are up to. Thanks to the new remote working normal, physical micromanagement is a thing of the past which should stay in the past. But is remote working the end of micromanagement in its entirety?
As graduation season commences, more Gen Z are entering the workforce. Although the pandemic has had a negative impact on the last graduating year in securing employment, 2021 is going to be better. According to NACE, employers are to hire 7.2% more university graduates this year than they did in 2020.
It is a truth universally acknowledged that bad hires can be catastrophic for your company. Therefore it is important to gauge whether or not your workers will work well within your company structure. This is even more important when considering remote working templates. But how can you tell whether your employees will thrive in a remote environment?