We’ve Reached the Tipping Point for Remote Work

We might see the day when towns bid on remote workers instead of company’s HQ.

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“Canadians just aren’t work online people,” the twenty-something assured me, as he charged my credit card for my new phone. “I wish more people moved to Canada like you. You already have a job and you didn’t even take it from a Canadian.”

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Teresa Douglas

Teresa Douglas

Mexican Yankee in Canada. Remote work speaker, manager. teresamdouglas.com. Book: Working Remotely: Secrets to Success for Employees on Distributed Teams

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