Remote employees have different needs for benefits and perks than folks in the office. Away with the catered lunches and ping-pong tables, say hello to co-working stipends and home office equipment!
Doing an internship while working from home? The dream of many students is the bane of remote companies. How remote companies can structure and create remote internship positions.
Going remote has been a challenge for cultures of many companies that value presence and face-to-face time, and has pushed many other teams in a direction of monitoring and surveillance, much to the dissatisfaction of employees.
The "Cost of Living" differentiator in remote work salaries is a huge discussion point when it comes to the hiring strategies of remote companies. While some companies pay a globally universal salary, others decide to apply a 'cost of living' differentiator. Same job, different pay. Is that fair?
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.
While many types of stipends are becoming more regular in many teams, education stipends are something that many companies don't provide. Why remote teams should do it differently.
Local employees will traditionally receive a place to sit, some utilities and a standard set of hardware when hired. What's usual with remote employees? Are you supposed to furnish their home-office?
Onboarding is often seen as a crucial part of remote work. It's important to give remote employees a feeling of security and hospitality right away.
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