WLP238 Looking to the Future of Remote Work


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By Pilar Orti. Discovered by Player FM and our community — copyright is owned by the publisher, not Player FM, and audio is streamed directly from their servers. Hit the Subscribe button to track updates in Player FM, or paste the feed URL into other podcast apps.

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What’s Going On

We're reading and discussing:

Covid-19 Just Accelerated What Was Already Happening [Long Read]

Five workplace trends will shape life after lockdown

Mapping “The Future of Work” Startup & Investor ecosystem.

Bill of Rights for Remote Work

Facebook and Google extend working from home to end of year and Facebook employees could receive pay cuts as they continue to work from home, also Google will let workers expense $1,000 worth of office furniture.

We also discuss remote tracking/monitoring apps and trends, Brexit negotiations on Zoom, accessibility of collaboration tools (Making collaboration accessible to all with Microsoft Teams and Accessibility overview of Microsoft Teams - Office Support), and online meeting fashion tips (yes, this is now a thing).

Meanwhile, at Virtual Not Distant, and our community…

Bart, has a new book out in Belgium, with the Dutch title: "Voorbij Het Nieuwe Werken, een dialoogboek". ("Beyond the New Way of Work") www.futureofworkBE.org (#futureofworkBE)

Pilar has recently run two round tables for the Spanish energy company Iberdrola, who are approaching remote working from the green point of view, and more for Spanish speakers, take a look at Campo Virtual Latino.

Emotional Contagion

A recent conversation on LinkedIn led to a great dialogue, which was so interesting that Pilar pulled it all into an article: Do Emotions Spread through Collaboration Platforms?

So there you have it, lots going on in the world of remote, even beyond the present dependence on home-based working worldwide. If you have ideas, angles, and articles you’d like us to explore in future episodes, do get in touch

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