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Careers Weekly: Top 100 Companies For Remote Jobs| Five 2022 Predictions

Careers Weekly: Top 100 Companies For Remote Jobs| Five 2022 Predictions
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Good morning all. It’s the second Tuesday of 2022, or as this Georgia fan plans to call it, Stetson Bennett Day, for the resilient former quarterback who last night led his team to their first national championship in four decades. This week in Forbes Careers:

Disclosure of the top 100 companies for remote jobs

– Head of the Special Executive Women’s Network, she will become national

– Working in New York City? 💵 Negotiations are about to get easier

Are you RTO are you thinking, OMG? With Omicron spreading across the country, many companies have postponed plans to return to offices again. But if you’re like many office workers who are accustomed to wearing sweatpants, office couch and dog coworkers, you might be thinking “never again.”

for help, Forbes I spoke with FlexJobs, which searches the web for flexible and flexible telecommuting jobs, for its ninth annual list of the 100 Best Remote Jobs Companies. FlexJobs analysis scans its database of remote jobs published last year by nearly 57,000 companies to find the companies that registered the most.

While some are unsurprising (Virtual call center Liveops or remote school help groups like Varsity Tutors), the list also includes more new businesses than ever before, and more jobs in areas such as accounting, finance, marketing, and human resources, suggesting Remote work here to stay. (Some newcomers: HubSpot, Mayo Clinic, and Stitch Fix.)

And speaking of being apart, we’re also the first to be told that the CEO of the Women’s Network is going national. I’ve spoken with co-founders Lindsey Kaplan and Carolyn Childers about how to grow their business during the pandemic, what 1% of President’s revenue doesn’t come from membership fees (“cocktails,” Kaplan tells me), as well as with a board member, investor, and former CEO American Express Ken Chenault on why he loves the Chief’s membership model.

Read more here and tell me: How do you communicate in the midst of a pandemic? How important is it that you continue to work remotely?

Five predictions for how your job will change in 2022 – if you decide to keep it

To see what changes and trends we might realistically expect at work in the coming year, Forbes Talk to corporate leaders, HR consultants, and technology experts. Some big topics: Back-to-office plans will depend more on metrics, digital whiteboards will be a big tech trend and the hot job market isn’t likely to subside anytime soon. Read more here about five things to expect on the job in 2022.

work smart

What paths did your role model take? Are the choices of others driving you? Six questions to ask if you’re considering a job change.

Ambiguity is one of the most important skills in an uncertain future. Here’s how to cuddle her.

looking for a job? How to find work that you love in the new year.

If you’re considering a career change, these 12 jobs can help you find a field that offers the pay and flexibility you need.

wearing a hoodie? Beer cans in your background? Here are five ways to improve your credibility when working from home.

on our agenda

NYC may require soon Employers in the city to include salary ranges in job advertisements, joining places like Colorado. Unless the mayor vetoes it this week, legislation passed by the city council will go into effect in April.

Another major company – this time Panasonic – announces a four-day working week.

Wondering about workplace vaccination rules? The arguments were heard by the Supreme Court on Friday, when conservative justices indicated they could block the mandate of a federal vaccine or test for large employers — but it could be open to a separate mandate. for health care workers, Forbes mentioned. The Ministry of Labor said it will start a heavy punishment Employers January 10, or February 9 for testing rules.

You don’t have to work for a fool. Amid #MeToo, black lives matter and the “Great Resignation,” there’s more scrutiny than ever about office bullies, reports The New York Times.

BetterUp Labs, the research team for virtual coaching platform BetterUp, released its annual report on Tuesday finding that people with a “future-oriented” attitude performed 20% higher than others.

Upwork, the freelance platform, on Tuesday revealed the 10 most in-demand skills for freelancers in the fields of technology, marketing and customer service.

book club

Finding a new job is tough for everyone, but women of color face their own challenges. To help, professional trainer Octavia Gordima has written a guide just for them –Prepare, Push, Pivot: Essential Career Strategies for Underrepresented Women—This can also help managers better understand the obstacles they face.

Key quote: “As women of color navigating the workplace, we see and feel the barriers to progress that are largely invisible to white professionals,” Jordima wrote. “Breaking down barriers is painful. Then, if we keep pushing and pushing, it can be just as painful on the other side.”


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