Sharon Koifman’s Superpower Is… Hiring Employees That Work Remotely!

Hiring Employees That Work Remotely

After a 7-year long pilgrimage to Tibet, where he spent time meditating with the most enlightened yogis of remote hiring and management, DistantJob founder and CEO Sharon Koifman decided that it was time to return to civilization. Now was the time to share the knowledge that he had worked so hard to obtain over the years.

Time to stop with the tibetan dumplings and goat cheese, and start helping businesses hire the best remote employees – and then keep them productive!

Of course, the perfect avenue to do this would be the Collaboration Superpowers podcast – the show where host Lisette Sutherland interviews people and companies doing great things… remotely!

Would you like to know what is Sharon’s secret sauce for making sure he hires the right person for the job? It’s in there.

What he does to allow his employees a lot of flexibility while keeping track of productivity? It’s in there, too!

Work-life balance? What about work-life fusion? Yup, he talks about that as well.

You can check it out on YouTube right here.

Or if audio is more your thing ( shame on you for missing Sharon’s rugged good looks!) you can grab it on iTunes. Or Stitcher, if you’re allergic to apples.

If you do go to iTunes, please take a minute and leave Lisette a review, she’s doing awesome work to help grow the remote work revolution!

And as usual, if you are ready to supercharge your company with a top developer at an affordable price, contact us!

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Luis Magalhaes

Luis Magalhaes

Luis Magalhães is Director of Marketing and editor-in-chief at DistantJob. He writes about how to build and manage remote teams, and the benefits of hiring remote workers. He‘s been managing editorial teams remotely for the past 15 years, and training teammates to do so for nearly as long.