The Telecommuting and Gig Workforce in Montana

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City-dwellers may relocate to less dense and more affordable locales as work from home policies become the norm.

Surveys suggest that tech workers want to leave the Bay Area altogether.

How Illinois Quickly Set Up Remote Work for 27K Employees

With basic telework software and a relationship with a company — Citrix — already in place, the state was able to expand remote work capacity for 10,000 employees in a week, and 27,000 to date.

Productive remote workers do these 5 simple things every day

Working remotely could potentially provide even more effectiveness as they continue to work from home but have fewer restrictions and less uncertainty in their overall lives in coming months.

Why Remote Work Is So Hard—and How It Can Be Fixed

The challenges aren’t just technological. They’re managerial.

Rebound Idaho: While housing market sustains, experts predict teleworkers could soon flood into Idaho (and Montana)

While housing markets in cities like Seattle crater under the pandemic, the same can’t be said about Boise (and Montana) — despite a burgeoning affordable housing crisis.

How to Prepare Your Virtual Teams for the Long Haul

Now is the time to take stock of the design and status of your organization’s teams, considering both their tasks and people. Doing so will allow you to triage problems, create stability, and invest in sustainable solutions.

Facebook’s embrace of remote work could reshape Bay Area economy

The company will create office hubs in Denver, Dallas and Atlanta, where real estate costs are a fraction of those in the Bay Area.

How Big Tech Is Setting the Work-From-Home Standard

This week, we measure the impact of Silicon Valley’s shift to remote work. Also, we crash the Clubhouse.

These companies plan to make working from home the new normal. As in forever

Square wants employees to be able to work where they want in an environment that suits them.

Mark Zuckerberg on taking his massive Facebook workforce remote – “We’re unlocking remote hiring.”

A bunch of the people who leave the company, who are good people who we would want to keep — the reason that they leave is because they want to move somewhere that we don’t support.