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If you or someone you know could benefit from remote work, please make a referral for a chance to win some outdoor adventure equipment:
 remoteworkcertificate.com/refer

     

Remote Jobs Spotlight Today!

What: Learn about remote work opportunities directly from representatives from Intermountain Healthcare, BambooHR, and FMG Suite.
When: TODAY! Wednesday, May 5, 2021, from 12:00 PM – 1:00 PM MDT
Where: Your home office
     

The Remote Work Guidebook is Now Available for Pre-order
The Remote Work Guidebook is a comprehensive manual for success in the modern remote workplace. This book contains nine chapters of research-based best practices for professionals seeking to be more effective as remote workers. This book also serves as a companion to the Master Remote Work Professional certificate course. The contents of this text were designed to inform present and future remote workers of skills and tools needed to transition from working on-site work and into a virtual career.  

     

‚ÄčSilicon Slopes Webinar Recording
Here is the recording of last week’s webinar all about the future of remote work as experts discuss ideas and tools for being intentional about workplace design and managing distributed teams of remote employees.

     

It's Official, the 9-to-5 Workday is Dead
The idea of working 40 hours a week came from Henry Ford in 1926. Prior to this time, people who worked in manual labor jobs actually worked longer 10-12 hour days. We're talking about a practice that is nearly 100 years old! When you consider the various advancements and achievements of humans over the past 10 to 20 years, the idea that a human being has to be in an office from 9 to 5 each day so they can “work" has become quite an antiquated concept.

     
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