The future of cubicle lovers is uncertain as the number of digital nomads increases to 35 million throughout the world. The Cubicle Retirement Party is being held on May 15 by Worksploring, the top platform for remote workers, to celebrate the heritage of cubicles and welcome the new era of location-independent work.
The go-to site for professionals looking for international employment possibilities is Worksploring. It prepares people for fruitful remote work travels by providing information on 600+ destinations, a thriving community, and extensive tools. Discover information on digital nomad visas, taxes, currency conversion, necessary equipment, and remote job postings. Flex Index data shows that 75% of technology organizations fully accept flexibility, making WorkSploring a vital resource for both employees and employers.
Work, career planning, and lifestyle preferences have undergone a paradigm shift with the introduction of Worksploring. “Just because you have to work in an office, doesn’t mean you want to,” asserts Mike Lotz, a restaurant consultant with a base in Charleston. By utilizing a platform and outside data, Worksploring is intended to enable employees to work remotely and assist HR departments in better understanding what these workers want.
Accept the changes in the workplace and say goodbye to the cubicle. The Platinum Membership for Worksploring offers exclusive advantages, access to municipal statistics, closed groups and forums, and a number of planned features. You may get a $50 lifetime membership (limited supplies) at the Cubicle Retirement Party, saving you 83% off the regular $299 price.
With a very special deal offered, the cubicle retirement party also marks the soft debut of Worksploring.
The Worksploring Employee Pilot Program is open to HR departments looking to improve remote work practices and boost employee productivity. The Pilot program enables HR to better understand employee needs, enhance talent metrics, and realize the full potential of remote work.
Worksploring enables people, businesses, and locations to design a satisfying work-from-anywhere lifestyle. The technology makes it easier for employees to work remotely by giving them access to crucial resources. It also helps HR departments better understand and meet employee expectations, which increases productivity and retention.