6 Top Remote Working Tools

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6 Top Remote Working Tools

With the technology we have at our fingertips, we can do just about anything from anywhere with an internet connection. And that means that  businesses are adapting to their employees’ needs for remote work. It’s no longer something you do just for customer service or entry-level positions—it’s becoming a full-time career option for many people.

With that in mind, here are our top 5 tools for happy and productive employees who work remotely!

1.Lead.app

LEAD helps companies establish informal learning programs that inspire employees’ self-learning desires, creating a supportive learning culture that engages your employees.

LEAD proactively engages employees by matching them for regular coffee or virtual catch-ups. Together, they build a sense of belonging within the workplace that can be measured through AI-enabled organizational insights for all employees, including C-suite and leadership.

LEAD is an AI platform for creating learning cultures that improve employee performance and retention, while reducing turnover and absenteeism.

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2. Slack

Slack is a chat tool that allows teams to communicate and collaborate in real time, even when they’re not in the same office. It can be used as a stand-alone communication tool or integrated into other programs like Trello or Jira. It also has tons of integrations so you can connect it to all sorts of other platforms like Google Drive or Dropbox.

3. Zoo

Zoom Video Conferencing allows users to share screens and video calls over the web so you can meet with colleagues without having them in your office (or even state). You can also record meetings and share them afterwards so everyone knows what went on during the meeting! This is great if

4. Wrike

Wrike is a project management tool that helps you organize your tasks and collaborate with co-workers. It comes with built-in time tracking, which means you can easily see who’s working on what and when they’re working on it. You can also use it to create reports, manage projects, communicate with clients, assign tasks, etc.

5.Trello

Trello is a project management tool that allows users to organize their tasks into boards which can then be shared with others who will then add cards under those boards as they complete them throughout their work day/week etc. (this could also be used for personal projects too if needed). You can also create cards within each board based on what type of task it

6.Basecamp

We believe Basecamp is one of those right tools. It’s popular among managers, teams, freelancers, and agencies because of its simple functionality, clean design, and elegant usability. It helps you manage projects and communicate with clients in a meaningful way while keeping everyone on the same page throughout the project.

At the same time, Basecamp has some limitations like no time tracking or ability to archive topics or sub tasks or professional team hierarchy or outside integrations etc., which are all reasons why organizations are looking for alternatives to Basecamp for improving their employee productivity at work place.

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