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Flock is publishing an open letter CEO Bhavin Turakhia sent to entire the company in the hopes it will provide comfort and guidance during this difficult..
Most parents experience the juggling act of working from home while taking care of children, roping two full-time jobs into one throughout the workday, at..
These days, a company without a standard work-from-home policy is unheard of.
Times are stressful. People don’t like uncertainty, yet we are in the midst of the most uncertain times in recent history.
Working from home—whether due to illness and quarantine or personal and professional preference—can get lonely and stressful, even if you’re prepared.
Like many businesses around the world, Flock is working remotely to help combat the spread of COVID-19.
Let’s be honest, the news cycle isn’t the greatest right now. We’re all dealing with stressful daily updates on the spread of the Coronavirus.
Working remotely—from the comfort of your own home or from a hammock on the beach in the Caribbean—sounds like a dream. After all, who wouldn’t want to be..
As the uncertainty and misinformation around the coronavirus (COVID-19) continues to spread, one thing is certain: the economy will not survive if we..
Ready or not, your team is probably going remote.
It’s hard to avoid the news about the spread of Coronavirus globally. Stock markets have dropped, worldwide production and supply chains are affected,..
Flock’s tips of the trade
Most bosses don't like remote work, but bias is bad for business.
Maintain momentum by keeping distractions at bay.
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