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

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Hello everybody. It’s the second Tuesday in 2022, or as this lifelong Georgia fan 🏈 plans to call it, Stetson Bennett’s day, for the former, resilient walk-in quarterback who led his team to last night. his first national championship in four decades. This week at Forbes Careers:

– Reveal the top 100 companies for remote jobs

– Chief, the private network of women executives, goes national

– Do you work in New York? negotiations are about to get easier

Does RTO remind you of OMG? With the explosion of omicron across the country, many companies have again postponed their plans to return to the office. But if you’re like many office workers who’ve gotten used to sweatpants, couch desks, and canine coworkers, you might be thinking ‘never that again’.

To help, Forbes spoke with FlexJobs, who scour the web for flexible, remote jobs, about their ninth annual list of the top 100 companies for remote jobs. FlexJobs’s analysis examines its database of remote jobs posted last year by around 57,000 companies to find which companies have posted the most.

While not surprisingly some (Liveops virtual call centers or remote academic support teams like Varsity Tutors), the list also includes more new companies than ever before and more jobs in fields like accounting, finance, marketing and HR, signaling that remote working is here to stay. (Some newcomers: HubSpot, Mayo Clinic, and Stitch Fix.)

And speaking of being distant, we are also first with the news that the head of the women’s executive network is going national. I spoke with co-founders Lindsay Kaplan and Carolyn Childers about how they developed their business during the pandemic, where the 1% of Chief’s income that is not from membership fees comes from (“cocktails”, m. Kaplan said), along with Ken Chenault, board member, investor and former CEO of American Express, explains why he likes Chief’s membership model.

Read on here and tell me: How do you network during the pandemic? How important is it to you to continue working remotely?

Five Predictions of How Your Job Will Look in 2022 – If You Choose to Keep it

To determine what changes and trends we can reasonably expect at work over the coming year, Forbes spoke with business leaders, human resources advisors and technology experts. Some big themes: Return-to-the-office plans will be more based on measurements, digital whiteboards will be a big tech trend, and the buzzing job market isn’t expected to cool anytime soon. Learn more here about five things to expect at work in 2022.

Work smarter

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If you’re considering a career change, these 12 jobs might help you find a field that offers the compensation 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

New York City may soon require employers in town to include pay scales in job postings, thereby joining places like Colorado. Unless the mayor veto it this week, legislation passed by city council will come into effect in April.

Another big company, Panasonic this time, is announcing a four-day work week.

Are you wondering about these workplace vaccination rules? Arguments were heard by the Supreme Court on Friday, when Tory justices signaled they could block a federal vaccine or testing mandate for large employers, but could be open to another for the nursing staff, Forbes reported. The Labor Department said it would start penalizing large employers on January 10 or February 9 for testing rules.

You don’t have to work for a jerk. Amid #MeToo, Black Lives Matter and the “big resignation,” office bullies are more under scrutiny than ever, reports The New York Times.

BetterUp Labs, the research team for the BetterUp virtual coaching platform, released its annual report on Tuesday, finding that people with a “forward-looking” orientation perform 20% better than others.

Upwork, the independent platform, on Tuesday revealed the 10 most requested skills for freelancers in technology, marketing and customer service.

Reading Club

Finding a new job is difficult for everyone, but women of color face their own challenges. To help them, career coach Octavia Goredema wrote a guide just for them—Prepare, push, pivot: essential career strategies for underrepresented women– it could also help managers to better understand the obstacles they face.

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


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