The first tech workers left Russia back in February, seeing the warning signs ahead of the country’s invasion of Ukraine. But since then, hundreds of tech workers have fled the country, afraid that their wellbeing, career prospects and freedom are on the line.
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We’ve got a full breakdown of all the top headlines you can’t miss this week.
#1. Say hello to the corporate nomad.
One lasting affect from the pandemic is becoming increasingly clear: the rise of the corporate nomad.
What, exactly, is a corporate nomad?
A corporate nomad is someone who works full-time, yet will participate part-time in geographically dispersed initiatives and projects within their employer’s global organization.
There are many benefits, including financial stability, exposure to new people and new geographics as well as working on new projects without leaving the organization. Read more at Harvard Business Review.