The Telecommuting and Gig Workforce in Montana

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Google Spent 2 Years Researching What Makes a Great Remote Team. It Came Up With These 3 Things

The company has nearly 100,000 workers spread over 150 cities. In more than 50 countries. On five continents.

How the gig economy is changing how restaurants hire, manage their workforce

A growing wave of tech companies are building hiring platforms designed to make it easier for operators and workers to fill open shifts.

How the gig economy stands to change healthcare

With the rising gig economy, increased flexibility around patient payment options may prove to be critical to the financial success of many hospitals and health systems.

Exclusive: Google asked 5,600 employees about remote work. This is what they learned

It might be a good idea to eat lunch together over video chat.

The Rise of Remote Workers in Montana

More people across the country are working remotely, a trend that is especially pronounced in Montana

5 Tips for Building Culture in a Remote Workforce

In the context of the workplace, that feeling has a lot to do with a company’s culture, and it can have a significant impact on the happiness and productivity of your teams. 

For Workers in the Gig Economy, Client Interactions Can Get … Weird

Most gig workers are independent contractors who need good reviews from the client and who don’t have access to an open-door human resources department or colleagues they can complain to.

If you’re self-employed or a ‘gig’ worker, getting a mortgage just got easier

If you’re one of the millions of Americans who are self-employed or earn money on the side through freelance, contract or “gig” work, you may know the drill firsthand: Applying for a mortgage can be an intrusive ordeal.

Lawmaker says grants may lure workers to rural Montana

In Montana’s other 44 counties — our rural areas — we are seeing a population flatlining. Where are we going to be in 15, 20, 30 years? Are we just going to be a state of seven urban booming areas and 44 ghost counties?” he said. 

New on – Why working from home is good for business

As the popularity of remote working continues to spread, workers today can collaborate across cities, countries and even multiple time zones.