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It’s clear that technology has changed the way we work. Companies no longer need to have all their employees in one physical place to operate. We can now communicate easily across different time zones and remote work is slowly becoming the new normal. However, it also creates a new set of challenges.

Since remote workers are often located in different time zones, it’s tougher to schedule a group meeting. As a result, something that would take two minutes to solve in a typical business setting might take one or two days when working with remote teams.

What’s the solution for…


Welcome to the weekly newsletter for Crossover blog subscribers

Take a break from your work and join us for some piping hot news about remote work, productivity, and what the Crossover community has been up to.

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The concept of working to travel the world is romantic. We often sit in our cubicles dreaming of a desk-free job. Why? A digital nomad embraces working in different destinations around the world as they travel. Working is a means to fund that wanderlust.

Being a digital nomad shouldn’t be confused with full-time remote work. It’s challenging to do a full-time job on the road because there’s too much uncertainty. How do you know if you have a stable internet connection? What if your laptop gets stolen? …


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Have you had the experience of working with someone on your team who broadcasts everything they are doing throughout the day on group emails, chat, or online meetings? It’s a common occurrence, but it can rub people the wrong way. It comes across as bragging and isn’t beneficial to the rest of the team.

The notion of “Working Out Loud” is an important concept to understand if you want to build good relationships with your teammates. @PilarOrti talks about this phrase on her blog about remote work. “Working Out Loud” in remote or virtual teams is the practice of making…


Welcome to the weekly newsletter for Crossover blog subscribers

Take a break from your work and join us for some piping hot news about remote work, productivity, and what the Crossover community has been up to.

New on the Crossover blog


Welcome to the weekly newsletter for Crossover blog subscribers

Take a break from your work and join us for some piping hot news about remote work, productivity, and what the Crossover community has been up to.

New on the Crossover blog


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Do you know how to deal with burnout? Burnout is bad news for employers because according to Harvard Business Review, the psychological and physical problems of burned-out employees cost an estimated $125 billion to $190 billion a year in healthcare spending in the United States.

However, fixing this problem isn’t as difficult as you might think. Maintaining work-life balance can help reduce stress and prevent burnout in the workplace. …


We’re looking at the future of work, and it’s clear that the landscape is changing. The classic model of reviewing resumes isn’t working in today’s economy. Why? It isn’t consistent. This method encourages employers to evaluate a document that’s self-reported and not validated. So, how do companies adapt and recruit the right talent in this era? In this post, you’ll unlock our top recruiting tips guaranteed to save you money.

The typical recruiting process

Let’s start with the way that most companies handle recruiting. The standard recruiting process begins by posting an ad on job boards. Then, you receive resumes…


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