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Lawtrades aims to change how your company utilizes legal resources

Its technology enables legal professionals and companies to create profiles and be matched to available work, monitor projects and pay through the platform.

Visual collaboration company Miro valued at $17.5B following $400M in new funding

Already a profitable company, Miro saw the venture capital market “favorable” right now, which gave it an opportunity to build an even stronger brand for customers.

Turing books $87M at a $1.1B valuation to help source, hire and manage engineers remotely

When it comes to engineering talent in the world of tech, demand continues to outpace supply, a predicament so acute that by 2030, that disparity will balloon to 85 million positions being unfilled, a

Shiftsmart, a marketplace matching shift workers to employers, grabs $95M

The days of shift work that involve "coming in at 2 p.m. or you are fired," is a dated concept.

Dear Sophie: Any advice on visa issues for new hires?

I run operations at an early-stage startup, and I’ve been tasked with hiring and HR. I’m feeling out of my depth and trying to figure out visa issues for prospective hires. Do you have any advice?

5 ways to improve mental health for software developers

As remote teams, we need to communicate more, and when it comes to mental health, it’s better to say something and find out someone is fine than have them reach a breaking point alone.

ControlUp nabs $100M to monitor and improve desktop computing performance across disparate work environments

Remote and hybrid work have become the norm in business, and today a startup that’s building tools to improve how desktop computers behave in those scenarios is announcing a round of growth fund

How to take advantage of distributed work

Distributed work is becoming the norm for many tech companies as the pandemic waxes and wanes. But there are plenty of ways to mess it up, especially if you’re attempting a hybrid solution

When I Work, a messaging app that lets shift-based teams schedule work and more, raises $200M

Hourly workers make up abut 55% of the working world, yet when it comes to tech built for the world of work, their so-called knowledge worker counterparts dominate the space. Today, an app built speci

Fellow raises $24M; wants you to enjoy going to meetings again

Over the last year, the company saw that list more than triple, as did the number of meetings hosted on the platform.

Employees are designing the workplace of the future

What factors would make people want to come into the office? SAP research found four: peer-to-peer learning, collaboration, community-building and intention.

What I learned after running my startup while traveling for a year

So what happens when a pandemic forces office shutdowns and a move to remote work for everyone? Great things, as it turns out.

The future of remote work is text

It’s impossible to talk about Automattic without talking about remote work. The company is a role model and innovator in this area: It has been entirely remote since 2005, and at 1,700 employees, it

With customers like Coinbase and Shopify, remote hiring startup Deel raises $425M at a $5.5B valuation

As more people continue to work remotely, organizations globally have had to adjust — particularly when it comes to onboarding new employees and figuring out how to pay them, in some cases, acro

OfficeRnD, a SaaS for managing hybrid workplaces, grabs $10M

The decentralized reality of office work after the COVID-19 pandemic continues to drive plenty of startup activity. To wit: OfficeRnD, which makes workplace management software that’s increasing

How our startup boosted productivity with ‘get s*** done’ day

During the pandemic, we realized that we were swamped with work and there was an information overload. So we came up with an idea to fix that.

Recruiting operations platform ModernLoop lands $3.3M to create better technical hiring experiences

ModernLoop automates many of the repetitive tasks recruiters do while also scheduling and balancing the interviewing workload so the right mix of people are involved and trained.

Growth marketing is not a magic trick, says Ellen Jantsch of Tuff

Ellen Jantsch, founder of growth marketing agency Tuff, makes it clear: There's no one-size-fits-all when it comes to growth.

Employers are consumer edtech’s next beta test

Entrepreneurs need to convince employers to turn to edtech for a solution more elusive than even education: motivation.

Lounge’s new app aims to reimagine the office for the remote work era

A startup called Lounge wants to reimagine work for the fully remote era where tools like Slack, Zoom, and Teams have fallen short in terms of helping companies build culture and creating relationship
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