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Rimuut has rebranded as Ruul and here is why

Rimuut has rebooted and is proud to announce that it will continue its journey with new features and by the name of Ruul. 

Meet digital nomads Arijana Tkalčec and Matej Špan from “Shipped Away”

It takes a little courage and some solid adaptation skills among other things to leave your home and set off on a life of travel and adventure, renowned nowadays under the title “digital nomadism

Crossing a line: Roe v. Wade and bodily autonomy

On June 24th, 2022, a line was crossed; a lot of things changed, and it led to a much needed contemporary discussion about bodily autonomy. The US Supreme Court’s decision to overturn Roe v. Wade

What does the overturning of Roe v. Wade entail for the workplace?

On June 24, the US Supreme Court announced the horrifying decision to reverse Roe v. Wade, the constitutional basis of the right to abortions for women and people who can get pregnant. Medical auth

Smart, speedy and sleek: Meet the new Ruul dashboard

We have exciting news for fellow and future Ruulers–upon your feedback and requests, we have renovated and polished up the Ruul dashboard, where thousands of talents and organizations all around

Lalit Mangal from Airmeet: “Remote life and virtual events are now here to stay”

Meet our partner, Airmeet: an all-in-one interactive virtual meeting platform, which just like us at Ruul provides a unique and effective solution for both solo talents and remotely operating busin

The Great Resignation explained: Who left their jobs and why

Covid-19 has had a profound impact on the course of our lives in so many ways that it’s hard to keep track of. It has caused fundamental changes in the way we live and the way we work. The Great

What is the “Freelance Isn’t Free Act”?

In May of 2017, the city of New York enacted the “Freelance Isn’t Free Act” (FIFA) to protect freelance worker rights. Passed unanimously in part of efforts of the Freelancer̵

Platform workers’ rights in the gig economy

In December 2021, the European Commission disclosed the draft of a new legislation which was thought to be on the way by the gig economy companies, the European legislators and most of the gig work