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Sustainable Remote Work

Employment without Borders

Language:  English
We look at social-economic inequalities through the lens of employment opportunities. It covers the leadership role organizations can play, especially those such as UN Global Compact Members.
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With globalization, the impacts of social-economic inequalities are felt on the social, economic, political, technological and environmental dimensions both locally and internationally. Sustainable remote work for employment without borders is the best way forward. It contributes to sustainable development goal 10 and brings forward a positive impact on other sustainable development goals such as poverty reduction and zero hunger.

About the Author

Stella is an environmental management and sustainability expert with over 20+years of professional experience. Stella uses her experiences and knowledge to advise businesses and NGO’s internationally.

As a global citizen, Stella is interested to contribute towards reducing social-economic inequalities and influencing sustainable development. She considers sustainable development as such which incorporates the social-economic as well as the political and environmental dimensions.

Stella strongly believes remote work is an important tool for environmental management. It also contributes towards reducing social-economic inequalities as well as empowerment, which are two important pillars for sustainable development.

Climate change, corporate social responsibility, capacity building and gender equality are also within her areas of interest.

  • About the author
  • Introduction
  1. What do we mean by inequalities?
    1. The different faces of inequalities
  2. Sustainable remote work for employment without borders
    1. Potential challenges for remote work
  3. Possible solutions for the challenges and barriers of cross-border remote work
    1. General solutions: results-oriented management style
  • Conclusions
  • References

Learn how sustainable remote work can contribute to the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals Analyze the impact of employment without borders on global job markets and individual health and well-being

About the Author

Stella Evelyne Tesha