Remote Work Experience
I have worked remotely on and off. For some time, back in 2014, I was freelancing and taking up remote projects. During the first half of 2019, I was working as a remote co-founder.
The firings are sparking outrage, with some sources noting the company had received $750M in funding days before the layoffs.
That is truly unbelievable. I cannot imagine the logic of executing a layoff like that. Unreal.
Due to COVID, my company transitioned to all-remote this year. We no longer have an HQ.
Not a rhetorical question - is there a "right" way to fire 900 people?
Have been working as part of a remote team for the past two years on my latest venture Quidli since Day 1 with varying levels of successes and failures ;)