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How Do You Want To Work?

Regina Devers

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Apr 19

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Since the pandemic, there has been a comprehensive learning opportunity for employers on how to "get back to normal". I can recall being one of those people who had to be a part of the job search for a role that would not require me to be in the office. It was interesting because the same employers that I attempted to work for pre-COVID-19 pandemic did not give me the opportunity to interview, but was willing to do so when roles needed to be filled in a remote position. Of course, I laughed, but I was grateful. If we are not careful we still could be someone who abuses this flexible work option. Speaking of remote, did you know that you can actually travel? I think it is important to understand the difference between telework and remote. When we understand the difference between telework and remote work, we can identify which would work better for us in regard to our family or just everyday life. Remote work allows for total freedom while telework provides opportunities for flexibility to work from home. The two are not the same as explained in the following article from Indeed.com


Below is also some pretty cool differences and similarities in the two job dynamics. How do you see yourself working in your next role? Also, teleworking is known as hybrid.


https://www.indeed.com/hire/c/info/remote-work-telecommuting


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Regina Devers

1 min read

Apr 19

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