2020 Sep 6, 11:59am
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My last company went from being hostile to working from home to loving it, once everyone including the CEO were forced out of the offices. CEO then told the company multiple times that they are going to close offices, etc. A total 180 degree change.
This phenomena only ended because the quality of work in Bangalore was shoddy and eventually, South Indian salaries weren't that competitive for the work produced.
Does anyone of a good site to troll for remote online white collar jobs? I was in healthcare for 20 years and could probably do remote consulting...
I am planning on moving to Europe for a few months to live with a cousin and work from Europe. Is it wrong if I don't inform my company when I'm sure there will be no impact to my work hours and performance?
Really, Ceffer, your're kind of gross.
Workplace masturbation and porno breaks are de rigueur as long as you don't have a wide angle camera and utilize a fwap guard on the microphone.
My niece is an Computer Science graduate working from home in that field in Davao City, Philippines, all the clients are American companies. A couple of years she told me her take home pay was between $200-$300 per month.Working from home. In Mindanao. For American customers.Those folks have all the same computer skills we have here, know all the same platforms, etc.
Rents in metro centers have dropped and suburban SFH are skyrocketing - never in a million years did I see this coming.Record low interest rates + work from home making people want to be more comfortable at home.
So she has learned that she needs to work on her negotiating skills, yes?
Is it wrong if I don't inform my company when I'm sure there will be no impact to my work hours and performance?
Computer Science Engineering
AF is in purgatory, and somebody has to take up the slack.
direct opposition to their Agenda 21
If you can work from home and your physical presence is not required by your employer to be in an office within the USA, then you place yourself in competition with foreign and cheaper workers who can perform the same work as you.
Wait, maybe country would work, since I'd still technically be a resident of California. But I definitely don't want to pay rent in two places.
Is that a legal residence?
My company requires that I work within the state of California because it simplifies their taxes and protects them from tax claims by other states.
I heard that if you work in another state/country and its not extremely temporary (I think 14-30 days) it affects how your company needs to do accounting and taxes. ie they may owe money to the state/country you're visiting.
And YOU might owe income taxes in both states, too.
That's very interesting.So then your mail gets forwarded, right?Any advice on which service to use for a mailstop?
So then your mail gets forwarded, right?
Any advice on which service to use for a mailstop?
or just rent a VPS server and install openvpn on it
Latest NPR report on Zoom Towns as part of work-from-home (WFH) trendhttps://www.npr.org/sections/money/2020/09/08/909680016/zoom-towns-and-the-new-housing-market-for-the-2-americas ,
I know people that use the UPS store which is like Mail Boxes ETC. They have a mailing address that seems like a physical mailing address which is the mailing address to the store
I've been working from home and will probably be in this situation well into the next year. I am planning on moving to Europe for a few months to live with a cousin and work from Europe. Is it wrong if I don't inform my company when I'm sure there will be no impact to my work hours and performance?