Corporate Digital Nomad Policy:
Best Practices and Guidelines

Digital Nomads: A Mobile and Skilled Workforce

As more professionals embrace a location-independent, technology-enabled lifestyle, companies who do not adapt will miss the opportunity to work with many of these highly-skilled workers.

Digital Nomads are here to stay

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What is a Digital Nomad?

Digital nomads defy a single definition, yet all choose to combine working remotely and traveling for various reasons and lengths of time. Some digital nomads travel for years, regularly moving across countries and continents. Others are nomadic for shorter periods, taking "workcations" and working sabbaticals lasting from several weeks to many months. Some travel the globe, but many never cross a border, choosing to live and work while exploring a single area or country. United by a passion for travel and new adventures, digital nomads enjoy the ability to work anywhere they can connect to the Internet.

Organizations interested in engaging Digital Nomads to leverage their unique skills and contributions should do so while being aware of and managing any potential risks that could arise.

How Enterprises Can Engage These Workers

As companies encounter more and more valued employees and independent professionals who want to take advantage of the digital nomad lifestyle, it is imperative that they have policies in place that ensure they are protected and compliant.

Use our policy outline to create your own corporate digital nomad policy, using our best practices and tips.

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Access the Digital Nomad Corporate Policy Outline