Remote work can slash your carbon footprint, if done right

Remote workers can have a 54% lower carbon footprint compared with onsite workers, according to a new study by Cornell University and Microsoft, with lifestyle choices and work arrangements playing an essential role in determining ...

Flexible, supportive company culture makes for better remote work

The pandemic made remote work the norm for many, but that doesn't mean it was always a positive experience. Remote work can have many advantages: increased flexibility, inclusivity for parents and people with disabilities, ...

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