Remoter Work?

    Sep 15, 2021 @ 04:35 PM / by Sean Luitjens

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    This summer I took 5 weeks and worked while exploring the East Coast from Massachusetts to Florida in a small travel trailer.   I enjoyed tackling a couple outdoor playground bucket list items and visiting kids at university. Given I am a 15-year vet of remote work I also wanted to continue to work full time to see if I could take working from anywhere one step further…remoter work!  

    Ben Cross at Love + Relo invited me to have a casual chat with him near the tail end of my excursion to discuss remote work, including a little tea spilling around living mobile while working full time, as well as some great discussion around the future of work, compensation, and how mobility can increase their value to the business in these times. I am stoked to plan the next jaunt and spend even more time out exploring while making the remote office even more efficient.   You can check out the full interview here.

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    Sean Luitjens

    Written by Sean Luitjens

    Sean Luitjens: Vice President of Corporate Development and Marketing Sean Luitjens is the Vice President of Corporate Development and Marketing for AIRINC, a global leader in employee mobility data and services. He is responsible for the global partner ecosystem, global marketing, and assisting with corporate strategy. Prior to AIRINC he was the VP for Product & Marketing at eQuest and a Principal with the Information Product Solutions division of Mercer, managing the global benefits benchmarking business.  This team managed activities on a global basis relating to valuation and comparison of all types of employee benefit programs, including retirement/savings plans, long-term incentive programs, health and welfare plans, and other incentive programs.  Before Mercer, he was the Director of Product Strategy and Acquisitions for Monster and a product manager for the interactive businesses of Fidelity Capital.  He currently serves on the board of directors for 2 additional organizations. Sean has spoken on a wide range of topics including but not limited to global mobility, recruitment, compensation & benefits methodology and trends, total rewards, and merger & acquisition strategies. He is a 1992 graduate of Florida State University.