The Telecommuting and Gig Workforce in Montana

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This should be the remote workers’ ‘Bill of Rights’

The executive director of Tulsa Remote asks (and answers): “What is the remote worker owed? And, to what extent, if at all, are remote workers different from their office-bound counterparts?”

MATR Launches The Montana Community Map. Would you like to be the “Keeper” of your community?

What’s great about each Montana community and what’s happening to make it a truly wonderful place to live or visit like career and real estate opportunities, housing and broadband availability, child care facilities, social activities etc.

Gravity Payments CEO Dan Price: Don’t Force Introverts Back Into the Office

The founder argued on LinkedIn that extrovert CEOs should respect the work habits of introverted employees.

The unspoken reasons employees don’t want remote work to end

Sure, they have more time and productivity is up. But there are also deeply personal reasons employees don’t want to go back to work as it was.

Billings ranks No. 1 for its appeal to remote workers

Due to its affordability and appeal to remote workers, Billings ranked No. 1 this week in the Wall Street Journal and Emerging Housing Markets Index.

Help us assess market for additional child care services in the Great Falls area

This is part of our efforts to help our workforce recover from the pandemic and help employers recruit the great workers they need.

Ex-Google HR chief: Why returning to the office could be a ‘recipe for disaster’

Returning to a hybrid office could be even more damaging than the move to fully remote work, writes the former HR chief at Google. Here’s how to get it right.

Who’s leaving California?

“The empirical data will be, at once, disappointing to those who want to write California’s obituary, as well as a call to action for policymakers to address the challenges that have caused some to lose faith in the California Dream.”

What happens to the economy when $5.2 trillion in stimulus wears off?

“Our economy does not do a terribly good job of slowing without creating a lot of pain,” America’s nascent economic boom has been propped up by history’s most expensive training wheels. Some doubt it will be able to keep growing under its own power.

How to Achieve Sustainable Remote Work

Companies must move away from surveillance and visible busyness, and toward defined outcomes and trust.