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4 Must-Have Remote Collaboration Tools

Whether your future of work involves hybrid work, fully remote, or distributed teams, like any good handyman you’re going to need to have the right tools for the job. Transitions in cultures are already difficult, so do not go ahead with faulty remote collaboration software that won’t stand the test of time and will only cause headaches. Here are 4 remote collaboration tools that I use EVERY DAY

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Wurkr Announces Startup Program Targeting Global Startups

Press Release:

London, 28 February 2022 - Wurkr, the UK and India-based immersive SaaS Digital Workplace application enabling collaboration and productivity while working from anywhere has announced an innovative program for startups around the world. Using this program, companies can enjoy premium features such as adding up to 50 team members to their Wurkr workplace, having up to 10 people in a video meeting, enjoying a real-time chat, screen sharing, grid view, room lock, 2000 video minutes per month, customer support, and multiple screen sharing. 

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7 must-have remote work skills to excel for workers

Sitting at home in your sweatpants with 3 mugs of coffee and a Pringles can on your desk, how hard can working from home be? Well, if you want to be one step ahead and ready for the future of working, you ought to learn just what life and professional skills you need to develop to excel in a hybrid work environment for this you need to learn a few remote work skills as well. If you’re an office veteran there may be some skills that you haven’t had to worry about in a long time, and if you’re not prepared, the transition to working from home might have you feeling like you’re at the gym exercising a muscle you never knew about before.

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Work Culture in 2022: Distributed Teams & Out of the Box Solutions

What is a Distributed Team?

If you’re a start-up looking to stay away from the traditional 9 to 5 office work environment or a company looking to shake things up, distributed teams might be the way forward. The distributed team's dynamic is one of the more interesting new ways of building a company as it completely takes a step away from how we’ve been working for the last 50 years. 

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Work Culture in 2022: Environmental benefits of Hybrid Working

With the impacts of the coronavirus seemingly coming to an end (touch wood), companies are feeling the full pressure of those with a stake in real estate wanting you to come back to work in the office full time. However, now is the time to hold strong and not give up the ground that the industry has gained, remote-first hybrid working environment deserves its place in the future. 

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Mental health challenges of working remotely

With all big transition periods, there are some people that can get left behind and need extra support to deal with the culture shifts. Understandably with office culture remaining largely unchanged since the mid-to-late 20th century after the second world war where developed nations settled down and began outsourcing factory work and shifting to the more ‘glamorous’ office workplace environment.

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Posts about:

Remote Work (2)

4 Must-Have Remote Collaboration Tools

Whether your future of work involves hybrid work, fully remote, or distributed teams, like any good handyman you’re going to need to have the right tools for the job. Transitions in cultures are already difficult, so do not go ahead with faulty remote collaboration software that won’t stand the test of time and will only cause headaches. Here are 4 remote collaboration tools that I use EVERY DAY

Read More

Wurkr Announces Startup Program Targeting Global Startups

Press Release:

London, 28 February 2022 - Wurkr, the UK and India-based immersive SaaS Digital Workplace application enabling collaboration and productivity while working from anywhere has announced an innovative program for startups around the world. Using this program, companies can enjoy premium features such as adding up to 50 team members to their Wurkr workplace, having up to 10 people in a video meeting, enjoying a real-time chat, screen sharing, grid view, room lock, 2000 video minutes per month, customer support, and multiple screen sharing. 

Read More

7 must-have remote work skills to excel for workers

Sitting at home in your sweatpants with 3 mugs of coffee and a Pringles can on your desk, how hard can working from home be? Well, if you want to be one step ahead and ready for the future of working, you ought to learn just what life and professional skills you need to develop to excel in a hybrid work environment for this you need to learn a few remote work skills as well. If you’re an office veteran there may be some skills that you haven’t had to worry about in a long time, and if you’re not prepared, the transition to working from home might have you feeling like you’re at the gym exercising a muscle you never knew about before.

Read More

Work Culture in 2022: Distributed Teams & Out of the Box Solutions

What is a Distributed Team?

If you’re a start-up looking to stay away from the traditional 9 to 5 office work environment or a company looking to shake things up, distributed teams might be the way forward. The distributed team's dynamic is one of the more interesting new ways of building a company as it completely takes a step away from how we’ve been working for the last 50 years. 

Read More

Work Culture in 2022: Environmental benefits of Hybrid Working

With the impacts of the coronavirus seemingly coming to an end (touch wood), companies are feeling the full pressure of those with a stake in real estate wanting you to come back to work in the office full time. However, now is the time to hold strong and not give up the ground that the industry has gained, remote-first hybrid working environment deserves its place in the future. 

Read More
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Mental health challenges of working remotely

With all big transition periods, there are some people that can get left behind and need extra support to deal with the culture shifts. Understandably with office culture remaining largely unchanged since the mid-to-late 20th century after the second world war where developed nations settled down and began outsourcing factory work and shifting to the more ‘glamorous’ office workplace environment.

Read More