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There are no hard and fast rules when it comes to working from home, but your schedule could be greatly affecting your productivity. Are you someone who prefers sticking to a fixed schedule? Or do you prefer spontaneity and just going with the flow every day?
With so many people looking for remote jobs, the market is full of strong candidates to compete with. However, there are also more companies offering remote jobs now than pre-Covid.
Learning to fully adapt to and maintain virtual working requires an appropriate path and guidance. As companies go remote, they realize that a remote organizational structure requires a different set of skills to maintain than an onsite one.
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Asynchronous ways of communication are taking over the remote workplace. They work across timezones and without knowing whether your counterpart is at their desk or not. What used to be a text domain is now being conquered by audio and video.
Don of Kommute and his team are building the next generation of video communication and the evolution beyond generic screencasting services, specifically catered to remote teams.
Loop Team is aiming to create a safe haven for all hyper-collaborative teams that are looking to bring back some of the in-office behaviours to their new remote work setups. As a virtual office, they are making it easier for folks to understand who is around, what they are doing right now and provide an interface to get in touch and collaborate quickly.
On the search of more seamless collaboration, some remote work tools go a longer way than setting up yet another Slack clone. Tandem is one of those: A collaboration product that almost feels like its own operating system.
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Too many communities turn into job boards and spam hell. My duty is to talk with every single member of the community and sort the bad apples out.
Communities without learning potential are no bueno. We use a mix of fireside chat and discussion forum to preserve knowledge long-term.
Not all knowledge comes in the form of a 1,500-word blog post. We are lucky that we can gain knowledge from industry leaders every day, and are not afraid to share it!
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