Wednesday, 23rd July 2014
It’s the lifestyle that so many desire: work anywhere, from a beach in Thailand to a chateau in France. However, most people aren’t willing to put in the work to make it a reality. If you’re considering taking your work on the road, you will need to continue giving your clients the same high level of service they are accustomed to, no matter where you’re putting the hours in.
Here are some of the tools to help you become a digital nomad while continuing to thrive professionally:
This may seem like an obvious tool to purchase when moving… More >
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Working part time in senior roles in technology, free Capability Jane webinar, 12.30pm, 15th July This practical webinar is aimed…