The Age of Remote Work Productivity

We originally recorded this episode in July 2019 and the discussion we had couldn’t be more salient today–remote work. Remote work, working from home, digital nomadic lifestyles and more were trending upward before the COVID-19 pandemic, and now we are grappling with the realities of the shifting world of work out of necessity. In this blissfully-unapparent-of-the-future dialog, the ProductivityCast team discusses the positives and negatives of being in the age of remote work productivity, then how to be most productive while working remotely.

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In this Cast | The Age of Remote Work Productivity

Ray Sidney-Smith

Augusto Pinaud

Art Gelwicks

Francis Wade

Show Notes | The Age of Remote Work Productivity

Resources we mention, including links to them, will be provided here. Please listen to the episode for context.

 What Is Remote Work?

10 remote work statistics you should know about

Dice’s 2019 Tech Salary Report

Remote Work Employee Policy Template

Example of flexwork policy

The Five-Hour Workday: Live Differently, Unlock Productivity, and Find Happiness by Stephan Aarstol

Hoteling (or, office hoteling)

Remote: Office Not Required by Jason Fried and David Heinemeier Hansson

Focusmate (virtual coworking)

049 Virtual Coworking for Being More Productive with Taylor Jacobson, Focusmate

Raw Text Transcript | The Age of Remote Work Productivity

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