The Remote Worker's Survival Guide

Get Beyond the Challenges to Reap Benefits

The Remote Worker's Survival Guide

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Telecommuting is an incredible way to work, especially for programmers and other tech workers. Besides the advantages of working from your own home (and avoiding rush hour), remote work offers independence, flexibility, and more control over your work environment. But it definitely has its challenges and tradeoffs. This report is packed with advice to help you make a success of telecommuting, whether you’re an individual telecommuter, a team member, or a manager.

Author Esther Schindler explains that successful telecommuting requires good communication skills, trust among colleagues, and shared dedication to accomplishing team goals. With this report, you’ll learn to address two main challenges: how to organize your own life as a telecommuter, and how to work as part of a larger team.

  • Manage your telecommuting life: create your own office space and give structure to your day
  • Beat the workaholic syndrome so common with remote workers
  • Define firm "on the job" times while making family a part of your daily routine
  • Make yourself visible: stay in sync with colleagues through frequent and clear communication
  • Find ways to collaborate with your team, including brainstorming sessions
  • Deal with common technology problems you’re likely to encounter

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Esther Schindler

Esther Schindler has been writing for the tech press since 1992. She specializes in translating from Geek into English. Her name is on the cover of about a dozen books, most recently The Complete Idiot's Guide to Twitter Marketing. Esther quilts (with enthusiasm if little skill), is a top Amazon reviewer, and is a dedicated chocoholic. She works from her home in Scottsdale, Arizona, with one of two cats on her lap. Follow her on Twitter at @estherschindler.