Nice infographic! It's encouraging to see nearly all top tech companies permanently shifting to hybrid/ flexible work. This is definitely a step in the right direction for the tech industry.
When working remotely, it's incredibly easy to squander off. So, to create a sense of urgency in my work, I have been using the Pomodoro technique. So far, it has helped me stay organized.
Hey Remote Clan gang,
My name is Daniel Kyne, I'm the co-founder of OpinionX -- a free tool that helps founders and PMs to validate their ideas and find product-market fit faster.
Prior to OpinionX, I was Digital & Innovation Lead for Ice Cream & Tea categories at Unilever UK, a Global Facilitator at Techstars and one of the lead organisers for Ireland's largest technology event.
Sticking to the dog theme from Hallie, I love this GIF because I'm constantly dishing out gratitude recently for all the help and support people have been sharing with us.
Looking forward to participating in the community here,
Hi all! Hallie Exall here, Sr. Community Manager at Remote!
Here is a GIF that describes me: a happy golden retriever ready for summer boating season!
Hey @dawnoconnor-1537 @heatherchavinsheher-1493 markustripp-1546
Happy to welcome you all to the clan! 👋
Hi! My name is Andrew Sanyaolu, I lead a manage a product team in London. We're currently remote because of the pandemic but before that I've been working with remote teams for about 2 years.
It is surprising that Spotify, a barely profitable company, is offering the same pay for all employees whereas some big tech companies are cutting pay for remote working 😶
Spotify has a clear advantage when it comes to attracting talent and I don't see any reason why employees would prefer companies like FB, Twitter or VMware anymore.
Yes, I agree that Discord does a great job of keeping people connected. Discord is very similar to Slack in most ways.
But, Slack has focused on being an essential tool for work communication rather than something people can use to hang out and spend time together.
A major advantage of Slack is its app marketplace, which provides hundreds of integrations with other work tools.
MyLenio - @martincapeletto-1254
Rymotely - @ahmedfallatah-1252
Hyperinbox for Teams- @christopherchae-628
Wrils - @george-1251
Focus on developing new habits that work for your new way of working – don’t just translate in-office habits to the remote world.
This is great advice. Feel this would be one of the most common mistakes that new remote workers make and often struggle with.
Really like how you prioritize your tasks in email for the day. Cheers :)
Thanks so much! I'm glad you found it helpful :D
I actually just wrote an in-depth guide about that email / how I think about it on PulseBlueprint, a news / resources site for freelancers
Hi Remote clan community!
I am Yanis, founder of Kosy Office, a virtual office that helps companies build connected, social and productive teams--no matter where they work. The recent pandemic sparked a work revolution, and Kosy is leading the way.
Gif that represents me
Excited to embark on the Kosy Office journey and help make remote work a bit better for everyone!
Thank you for sharing this :) Hope to make use of the templates soon
Remote Work Experience
I work as a freelance writer and digital marketer. Have been doing this remotely for 2 years now.
Remote Work Experience
Since after the Covid-19 pandemic started I have been working from home. There are many positives and negatives are there. Working remotely is easy if you have necessary tool to work with your teams. Creately is one of the best collaboration tool I have used so far. It is really easy to use and improve better communication with your team.