Remote working has been on the rise for quite some time and it led to the emergence of several major travel trends. “Hush trips” are the latest rage among remote workers, but what are they all about, and should you give them a try?
Embarking on a hush trip basically means working from home without actually being home—and never telling your boss where you are. According to Forbes, the main idea behind this trend is to pack up and head somewhere for a limited amount of time, without ever telling your employer.
This is proving to be a pretty popular option with remote workers who want to mix business with pleasure, but find digital nomadism too extreme. They might not be a good fit for everyone, but if you’re never required to come into the office and still manage to get all your work done, they might be just the thing you need.
There are still a few things you should keep in mind to keep your employer happy. Book a place where you have a stable Wi-Fi connection and prioritize work over sightseeing and relaxation. Pay for everything out of pocket and your employer shouldn’t have any complaints about your decision to change the scenery as long as you’re not spending the company’s money.