Helping You Get Through Remote Work Challenges: Remote AID 2020 Charity Event

Helping You Get Through Remote Work Challenges: Remote AID 2020 Charity Event

Remote work has become an abrupt reality for people across the world in the face of the unprecedented COVID-19 crisis. Quickly uprooting your business or your work and learning to adapt to new work-from-home practices is an immense challenge, especially in a time of global panic and tremendous stress.

Right now, supporting one another, each other’s businesses, and lines of work is critical. We are all each other’s lifelines right now and are depending on one another to sustain our businesses and livelihoods. Sharing resources and educating others on best practices in the remote work industry is invaluable and essential in a time where all of us are striving to achieve the same, common goal – survival and success in a new, virtual landscape.

Running Remote has organized a free online charity event, Remote Aid 2020, with the mission to help companies, small businesses, and remote workers who are struggling to transition to work-from-home practices. Learn directly from experts in the remote work industry how to re-strategize your business or company model to meet the demands of our new, quickly-changed, remote work world, and effective tactics to work within a virtual landscape.

Join over 30 speakers sharing their industry and work expertise on a vast range of topics, surrounding remote work in a global crisis. Although the event is absolutely free (how amazing is that!), voluntary donations can be made through Remote Aid 2020 towards the Red Cross Coronavirus Donations. Mark you calendars for April 20th from 8 AM-7:30 PM (Pacific Time) to support this critical cause and this incredible expert-led, learning event.

To book your free pass and to make a voluntary donation towards the Red Cross Coronavirus Donations, click here.

Helping You Get Through Remote Work Challenges: Remote AID 2020 Charity Event

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