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As a result of the ongoing pandemic, there is a growing segment of location-independent remote workers who are relocating. From Barbados to the Canary Islands, here’s what governments around the ...
Portugal has taken a big step in accommodating traveling workers by offering a village on the Madeira islands in Ponta Do Sol that is geared towards digital nomads.
If working from home is becoming tedious, change your scenery by taking a workcation. Here’s how to plan a workcation while taking Covid-19 considerations into account.
Countries have closed their borders due to increased COVID-19 cases, but Estonia, Barbados, Georgia and Jamaica are welcoming digital nomads with protocols in place.
Remote work is more synonymous with work from anywhere, which is giving rise to what some are now calling “nomadic work”. The idea behind nomadic work is that work becomes ...
Although being a digital nomad can seem glamorous, these remote workers need to take the measures needed to get the most valuable experience and get their best work done.
Physical workspaces are slowly becoming a thing of the past as technology and changing work culture pave the way for companies to adopt a more remote, digital workforce.
Digital nomads and remote workers are seen as interchangeable workstyles, but they really only one share commonality: working outside from a traditional physical office.
As digital nomads become a big portion of the workforce, it is important for companies to adjust their managerial duties to ensure remote workers are kept in the loop.
Digital nomads have proven that working from anywhere can boost productivity, satisfaction and creativity, so CEOs should allow their employees to work remotely.