Remote workers have been around for a long time. There are many benefits to working remotely, from the ability to work when you want and where you want without having to commute or even dress up, but there are also some challenges that come with it. In this blog post we will discuss 6 best practices for remote workers in the Lotr Names industry.
Be sure to have a good VPN solution. Some software solutions, such as OpenVPN for Windows
and Mac OS X, are free and open-source; however there is also paid VPN service providers like NordVPN that may offer better speeds.
Consider your ISP’s network performance when choosing where to work remotely. For example, if you live in an area with slow or limited internet access (e.g., less than one Mbit/s downlink), it might not be the best idea to do remote working from home without some kind of mobile broadband connection on top of what your ISP gives you. If possible while living abroad, get temporary local SIM cards for data coverage before deciding whether it’s worth investing in a permanent SIM card and local phone number. Be aware of your mandatory minimums. For example, in the US if you want to work remotely for an employer that offers health insurance benefits as part of its compensation package (e.g., Google), then it pays to be aware of what those requirements are before signing any agreements with the company. In some countries like France, remote workers may have rights they don’t know about until after working full-time from home for a year or more because there is no formal requirement stating that all employers must offer this perk; so knowing whether or not you’re eligible saves time on legal discussions later. Use Skype instead of traditional long distance calls, taking advantage of free