# Working remotely
The number of Virginia state employees working remotely has nearly tripled
The Department of Human Resource Management says the number of state employees working remotely has tripled since the pandemic started. Secretary of Administration Lyn McDermid said employees who have been approved to telework after Governor Glenn Youngkin’s back to the office directive took effect in July are up by about one-third.
3 Important Things Digital Nomads Need to Know
A lot of people are jumping ship from corporate jobs to become digital nomads these days, and for good reason. Still, you have to know that living this lifestyle takes a lot of changes, and some of these changes will stop you from adhering to your regular habits and the way you think. The truth is that everybody dreams of working while traveling. However, there are a whole lot of complexities involved with this process, if you aren’t prepared.
The Benefits Of Working Remotely
A good cause-and-effect aspect that’s come from the pandemic period is the ability for some to spend additional time in their own spaces and with their families while working from home. A trend that has created a lot of noise within the workforce as we go back into our offices after discovering that we can pretty much do miracles from a distance with modern technology.
Denver develops virtual meeting policy
Electronic meetings born of necessity during COVID-19 showed how easy it is to connect virtually. Now, Denver City Council has created a formal policy to allow members to attend council and committee meetings online.