Carol Wrobleski got a coach and turned her closet into a studio. Then a different full-time opportunity came along.
After being stuck at home for 18 months, it's tempting to use your work laptop for fun. But your employer may be watching.
The remote-work revolution has spawned an industry unto itself: remote-work consulting.
Remote working could slow the careers of young people, women and workers of color, experts say.
Many communities welcomed outsiders during the pandemic, to boost local businesses. But now, bidding wars are driving up housing costs, as more people decide to stay.
Unlike the tech sector, the finance world is putting a big emphasis on face time.
Companies may say it's OK for employees to work from home, but if CEOs are always in the office, that sends a different message.
Working from home can give Black workers a break from microaggressions, but it can also cut them off from their peers.
Many job seekers want remote work, but not many firms offer it. Amid a labor shortage, workers might have leverage.