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Best Offers for Remote Workers to Spend Time Abroad

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Currently, with new remote jobs law by most companies, employees feel 100% comfortable. There is no commitment to meetings now and then. Just a short video meeting to guide you on one or two things, then the rest you perform on your own. That sounds great, the report by cnbc.

Potential investors and entrepreneurs have noticed a gap in the industry. They want to utilize the chance to turn the opportunity into a million-dollar business. Many Americans are traveling to new places where they can work from. Others set up an office inside the vehicle and work at any place. Those are called ‘workcations.’

Some travel and leisure companies are ahead of setting up good places to accommodate employees. First, they come up with a schedule related to your working timetable. Then, they provide all the leisure services required while you are free. Those companies are enticing almost 74% of the US workers and might become the new norm.

Perfect night after a busy day.

Most employers will demand workers be committed to normal working hours from 8:00 am to 5:00 pm. The schedule is tight, meaning the person has no time to enjoy the day. Some employers will go ahead and confirm if you are working, with a video camera down. Despite that tight day, the night is too long to sleep.

A certain company called Sojrn decided to come up with monthly trips for remote workers. They travel to new places, work abroad and study different topics related to the place they are. For example, when taken to Greece, you can study philosophy. When you travel to France or Italy, be ready to consume different brands of wines.

Working conditions have been set up. There is a better Wi-Fi connection with laptops, or you may decide to use your gadgets. Every week, you travel to a different place to explore a different theme. If your work schedule is not tight, then the trips are flexible.

Tara Cappel, the CEO of Sojrn, said the monthly trips could also work for office workers who can negotiate for remote jobs. But it’s more comfortable for full-time remote workers. Cappel said it would be difficult for people to go back to the office. Tech companies like Twitter have already given their employees to work remotely.

The company launches all its activities in April 2021. ALL the trips got booked within a day. The CEO has confirmed almost 4500 employees have enjoyed the journey. Tara has said they are planning trips to South Africa, Rome, Paris, and many other cities next year.

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Websites like Floasis can help you plan a monthly trip at a cheaper price. In addition, the website advertises accommodation for people working remotely. Kristina Kutan, the CEO, said he had been a remote worker for almost a year, and he knows the strains. He assured clients that all locations have a remote worker who tests and approves it.

Co-founder Casamitjana said the remote job’s lifestyle was tiresome for some people. So more ways of working and living are being invented. Fulfilling ways to have a comfortable life are at the door. The website has placed all their activities for a full year. They launched the site last week with inspiring work trips.

Their accommodations are in various countries like Portugal, Europe, Morocco, France, and Greece. You can decide to book for a single night, one week or a month. All participant engages in fun activities like yoga classes with a cool breakfast. But this year, the company confirmed trips to Europe only.


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The oldest company that has catered for remote workers is Remote Year. It started running in 2014, and their programs range from one week to a 12-month plan. The participant moves to four different continents, exploring various places while still working. The company focuses on planning trips for groups of people with related topics. It’s useful as people share their knowledge and the challenges they experience while tackling some work. In addition, you can make long-term friends among the participants.

Venture with Impact is another helpful company for people who work together and want to share some services. It has weekly and monthly long trips for a few people. This year’s remaining trips are to Colombia, Portugal, Lisbon, and Medellin. Just visit their website to get real-time dates if interested.

Wifly Nomada acts like a school that provides knowledge on how to handle remote jobs. It involves a five-day education program that is held in Bali. Teach participants to pay almost $4000.

These are just among the few companies that want to turn remote jobs opportunities into a real business. Many entrepreneurs will launch more programs next year. Remote workers have got all those chances to explore the world.


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