Updated: Feb 9
Over the many years of being a remote worker, I have experienced the highs and lows of what most knowledge workers will be experiencing as we continue to press on to becoming a remote workforce. Many of the challenges I faced have been centered around the unequal treatment that is sometimes unintentionally imposed by organizational leaders. As I reflected on those challenges and the future, I drafted a Remote Worker Bill of Rights. It is meant to bring to light some of those shortcomings and injustices faced by remote workers. Its purpose is to make the transition for this new phase of work a successful one for all.