5 Low-Cost Places For Remote Workers

5 Low-Cost Places For Remote Workers

Are you a remote worker and currently looking for low-cost places to work and networking? Here are five places that are perfect for remote workers like you! 1. Food courts At the food court, you can find food, drinks, toilets, and a nearby surau. However, there are several disadvantages if


IDENTIFY WHAT YOU’RE LOOKING FOR There are many different kinds of flexible schedules such as those with varying start and end times, longer workweeks and even the option to work remotely from anywhere in the globe. Therefore, you must first decide what kind of flexible schedule you require for yourself. 


Employee benefits are important because they are for personal needs and therefore, increase your job satisfaction. These benefits can help improve your mood and motivation as you work in your position.  Salary must not be the only thing you should secure when you negotiate your benefits as an employee. There


Remote work is very doable to the point where it has become common and widely accepted in many industries. Remote work also known as telecommuting or teleworking refers to a work arrangement where employees can do their duties from a location outside their traditional office. They can be working from

5 tips to start your remote work week

More people than ever are working from home because of the COVID-19 pandemic. Whether you’re new to working remotely or just looking to level up, these tips from a remote work pro can help you stay productive and maintain balance. Start on Time. Start your work a little early on Monday

How to Find A Work-From-Home Job

60% of Malaysian were working from home for the past 6 months. According to Jobstore.com‘s latest “future of workforce” Analytics report, there was a 315% increase in Malaysia remote workers for the past 12 months since the COVID-19. Meanwhile, Jobstore.com projects that 53% of all departments will have remote workers

10 Tips for Working From Home Effectively

Starting around March 2020, more people than ever before began working from home, and quite suddenly. Organizations and individuals didn’t have time to prepare for remote work or think about the best ways to transition teams, processes, and culture to an online-only environment. No one knew (or yet knows) how long