Making Remote Work Work

Book Summary

By Gil Gildner 

10 min


Technology and the internet have engendered the rise of remote work. This means companies that offer the option of remote work can experience multiple benefits, such as a diverse range of job applicants and reduced operating costs, while employees can pursue opportunities far from where they live. To be successful, employers should set clear standards for success for their remote employees, encourage regular communication, and ensure employees have the tools they need to do their work. Employees that are successful in a remote role are self-directed, motivated, and are able to stick to a set schedule and maintain a strong social and professional network even without the structure of a traditional office.

About the Author

Gil Gildner is an author and entrepreneur. He is the co-founder of the technical marketing company Discosloth. He has also written three nonfiction books: Write The Other Way, Becoming A Digital Marketer, and Making Remote Work Work.

Gildner has two forthcoming books. Becoming A Web Analytics Expert is planned for release in 2021, and Publishers Are Dying: How To Become An Author Today is set to be released in 2022.

Gildner has traveled to 45 countries and currently lives in Fayetteville, Arkansas with his wife, Anya.
book summary - Making Remote Work Work by Gil Gildner 

Making Remote Work Work

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