Managing a team is hard enough. We're helping founders, managers & executives to build effective, scalable and healthy remote teams.
As a remote company, you should make use of your global talent pool. Part of that is making sure that your job descriptions fit within all cultural norms.
Remote teams can work together pretty easily on a small scale. Let some people work from home, hire someone out-of-state – it's really no issue. But what things do you have to consider when things grow?
Hiring employees in your own country is fairly simple. The only real differences may be between state or regional taxes and regulations. But if you want to hire remote workers in foreign countries as employees or contractors, then it becomes more complex.
Deel makes hiring and working with remote talent easier. Deel simplifies compliance and payments for clients and contractors/freelancers.s It provides both parties locally or internationally with a reliable, seamless payment experience.
Knowledge databases are difficult to keep track of and are usually not handy when a question comes up. That's where OneBar helps.
Slack has changed the game for team communication, but when it comes to remote work, it has some crucial design flaws. How can you overcome them?
In a remote team, day-to-day communication happens asynchronously. While startups try to conquer the synchronous space, there is far less work happening on the other side. Let's take a look.
New tools for remote work are popping up daily, but the current trend are virtual offices – spaces that are supposed to make remote teams feel like they are co-located. But does that make sense?
Personal 1-on-1 meetings between managers and employees are not often the norm in modern teams. In remote teams, they may become a crucial part of your employee satisfaction and retention though.