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5 Strategies to Help Your Young, Remote Employees Succeed

Remote work isn’t hurting young workers, employer norms are

Photo by Maria Leonardi (author)

By now the world is starting to understand — remote work and distributed workforces are here to stay. Whether you hate it or love it, this is our future.

That doesn’t mean there aren’t factions resistant to embracing this future. Executives…

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La Vita Libera [live free]. Embrace the freedom to live and work where you choose and empower the communities you love. The future of work will transform society — for the better and move us towards a more connected, sustainable, global community. This is our moment.

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Maria Leonardi

Maria Leonardi

Remote work champion | Questioning, exploring, and imagining to inspire society to dream big and challenge the status quo 👇 slack.lavitalibera.com

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