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Employee Engagement & Company Culture | TINYpulse | Remote Work

May 16

Why a 40-hour work week is key to a “work-life circle”

Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos recently gave a fascinating interview to fellow CEO Mathias Döpfner, the CEO of publisher Axel Springer. There’s a lot of interesting revelations in the conversation: Bezos’ tendency to butcher quotes, his approach to criticism, his vision to “move all heavy industry off of Earth” (he’s really into space travel). I recommend reading the transcript. Here’s the quote that stuck out to me: “I get asked about work-life balance all the time. And my view is, that's a debilitating phrase because it implies there's a strict trade-off. And the reality is, if I am happy at home, I come into the office with tremendous energy. And if I am happy at work, I come home with tremendous energy. It actually is a circle; it's not a balance.”

Apr 17

5 Tips for Managing Remote Workers

It is a common misconception that remote workers have it easy when it comes to work. This idea has clouded the reality of the challenges that come with being a remote worker, and managing a remote workforce. Meanwhile, working remote is one of the most successful means of employment, and has increasingly becoming the hottest work trend of 2018.

Our new study takes a deeper look into “the State of Remote Work”

We’re excited to announce the findings of a new research study that TINYpulse has co-authored with Owl Labs, on the state of remote work. The study is one of the first of its kind to focus on employee success and retention for remote workers.

Oct 10

Entrepreneur Matt Roberge's advice on starting and managing a successful remote business

I recently connected with Matt Roberge, CEO and founder of SLC Bookkeeping, a completely distributed accounting company. They fill in the gaps for small businesses that need flexibility, but don't yet have the need for a full-time controller. They also offer day-to-day financial planning, personalized mentoring, and consulting services for small businesses. As a Goldman Sachs 10KSB Scholar and a frequent contributor to Huffpost, Matt Roberge is a frequent proponent of strong work-life balance, and his recent blog post “I Finally Understand Why Most Small Businesses Don’t Succeed” is a beautiful example of his thought leadership in the business development space. I asked him a variety of questions, from why he decided to manage a workforce in Utah from Montana, to his thoughts on supporting employee growth.

Everything Leaders Need to Know About Remote Workers

Today’s workplace is a global one, with companies and even teams that stretch across geographical boundaries. Distance is no longer a barrier to collaboration, thanks to technologies that allow for instantaneous communication across state and country borders. The idea of supervising and working with employees you rarely meet in person — if at all — is more and more commonplace.

The Case for Building a Distributed Team

A lot of folks have the same misconception about remote workers: They’re lazy, unmotivated people who sleep the day away and, in the rare instances they actually do any work, they’re usually in their pajamas sitting on the couch giving less than their all.