Remote work arrangements are the daydreams of many office-based workers. But in a job market where competition is high, what must remote workers do to reduce risk of replacement and keep their professional “edge”?
The latest jobs numbers are in, and the news isn’t good. Instead of dropping below 9 percent as predicted by economists, the U.S. jobless rate increased to 9.1 percent in May. With almost 14 million people now looking for work, employed workers are feeling pressure to maintain their performance and keep their employers happy or risk being replaced by eager job seekers.
Nacie Carson – UPSTART