NoDesk: Issue #235
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Senior Product Manager (100% Remote) at Close - Remote (Worldwide)
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Backend Engineer - Java at LeanIX - Remote (Germany)
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Senior Frontend Engineer - Angular at LeanIX - Remote (Germany)
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Blockchain Developer at Lemon.io - Remote (Worldwide)
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Senior Full Stack Developer - 100% Remote at Profixy - Remote (Worldwide)
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Platform Engineer at Giant Swarm - Remote (Europe)
Account Manager at Salesbox - Remote (Worldwide)
Python Developer at Lemon.io - Remote (Worldwide)
Softwaretester:in - API und Frontendprodukte (German-Speaking) at GoHiring - Remote (Worldwide)
Growth Marketer at ACE Workflow - Remote (North America, UK, Europe)
Senior Full-Stack Developer at Commit - Remote (Canada)
Content Writer at ShoutVox - Remote (Worldwide)
Blockchain Jobs / Cryptocurrency Jobs at Cryptocurrency Jobs - Remote (Worldwide)
Consumer Communications Manager at Reddit - Remote (US)
Data Scientist (Product) at Clearbit - Remote (US)
Product Manager at Kinsta - Remote (Worldwide)
Senior Project Manager at 10up - Remote (Worldwide)
Chief of Staff at Deel - Remote (EMEA)
Content Marketing Specialist at Flightradar24 - Remote (Worldwide)
Engineering Manager at 37signals - Remote (US)
Principal Site Reliability Engineer at Kiva - Remote (US)
Product Manager - Monetization at CircleCI - Remote (Canada, US)
Senior Event Manager (Contract Position) at Intercom - Remote (US)
Account Manager, Axios HQ at Axios - Remote (US)
Corporate Account Manager DACH (Netherlands) at HashiCorp - Remote (Germany)
Email Marketing Specialist at AgencyAnalytics - Remote (Canada)
Manager, Customer Success at Logikcull - Remote (US)
Recruiter at Fleetio - Remote (US)
Senior Content Marketing Specialist at Siege Media - Remote (US)
Account Executive (EMEA) at DigitalOcean - Remote (Germany, Netherlands, UK)
Bilingual Customer Support Advisor (Spanish) at Squarespace - Remote (US)
Customer Success & Support Specialist at Ahrefs - Remote (Worldwide)
Designer Advocate at Figma - Remote (US)
Principal UI Designer - Cloud Platform at HashiCorp - Remote (US)
Product Marketing Manager, Growth & Pricing at Loom - Remote (Worldwide)
Support Engineer, WordPress VIP (India or APAC) at Automattic - Remote (Worldwide)
Senior Data Scientist at Medium - Remote (US)
Senior iOS Engineer, X at Reddit - Remote (US)
Senior Software Engineer - Games at Discord - Remote (US)
Staff Product Designer at Apollo - Remote (Canada, US)
Staff Software Engineer, Frontend at Airbase - Remote (EU)
Account Manager (SMB) at 1Password - Remote (Canada)
Customer Experience, Product Support Representative at Dropbox - Remote (Ireland)
Lead Product Designer (UX/UI) at Octopus Deploy - Remote (Australia, New Zealand)
Member Advocate at Sana - Remote (Worldwide)
Lead Paralegal at Snyk - Remote (US)
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Hand-picked articles, stories and ideas from the remote work community and beyond.
These ‘stealth’ remote workers are working from Bali—and their colleagues have no idea
Simon Willis | Fortune
While COVID raged, she logged in from her apartment. Now that the virus has eased, her bosses were encouraging people to return to the office, but they weren’t being strict. “They say two days a week would be nice,” she says, “but nobody really cares.” All her client meetings were still being conducted virtually, so sure, why not? Go work in Bali.
Remote workers are wasting their time proving they’re actually working
Rani Molla | Vox
That uncertainty, coupled with a looming recession and many companies moving back to more time in the office, is prompting workers to increasingly show that they’re working — which is decidedly not the same as actually working. Rather, it’s what some have called “productivity theater.”
Remote working may be a win-win for employers, employees and — even the economy
Greg Rosalsky | NPR
Nearly half of the American workforce is now working remotely at least one day a week. And new research shows that many employees consider remote work to be non-negotiable for their employment.
How remote work withers our social networks
Carlo Ratti | The Boston Globe
Cafe society and a confab around the water cooler may enhance creativity.
4-Day Workweek Brings No Loss of Productivity, Companies in Experiment Say
Jenny Gross | The New York Times
More than 70 companies in Britain are undergoing a six-month experiment in which their employees get a paid day off each week. So far, most companies say it’s going well.
The search for the most useless office perk in the world
Ads of the World
A mailroom punching bag. Tuna cans with no can opener. A folded-up exercise machine. New marketing campaign seeks “the most useless office perk ever” and draws in hilarious submissions.
one piece of advice
katie | unfurled spirals
I’ve been chatting with many young people lately, and they are all generally very stressed and anxious about the future. I offer them my own advice, but don’t want them to just take it from me. So I surveyed some of the people in my life that I admire the most: “what is one piece of advice you’d give to your 20 year old self”
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