4 Ways to Rock the Home Office

It’s becoming increasingly common for companies to allow their workers to operate remotely. It’s generally cheaper for the company and most studies show that actually more work is completed. Possibly one of the best reason for remote workers is because the workers are happier working from a place they have chosen. And -- it’s all due to the level of technology the world has achieved. With video conferences, online chat rooms, social media, and email, it’s easy to stay in touch with your company, family, friends, and yes, even your bosses.

6 Ways To Master Working From Home

"2020, 60 percent of the UK workforce will be working independently. And in the next twelve months, nearly 70 percent of organizations are expected to hire more contingent workers," reported Alice Weightman in a Startup Grind post about a year ago.

5 Essential Steps To Effective Coworking

Coworking is a solid option for many entrepreneurs. It’s cheaper than renting a permanent office and brings more opffffportunities than just working from home.

5 Ways to Make Shorter Workdays Without Losing Productivity and Momentum

Working long hours has become a badge of honor among Americans, particularly for startup teams and entrepreneurs. Founders expect to work 60-plus hours per week, and employees feel obligated to burn the midnight oil alongside them.

One-Third of Freelancers Are Putting Children Ahead of a Traditional Career

It’s an established fact that freelancing became more popular after the 2008 financial crash. The U.S. self-employed population reaches 15.5 million today. This doesn't take away that there are 54 million freelancers in the United States. Generation X, also known as the people who got stuck between the Baby Boomers and the Millennials, led this trend. As it was shown in a Toptal survey recently, a significant proportion of those who are new in freelancing, followed this route almost entirely for their children.