When people think about working from home, they think distractions. Here are 5 tips to help you stay focused no matter where you’re working from.
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In this episode of the StaffITRight podcast, we talk to Laurel Farrer. We cover a wide range of topics during our conversation, including good stand-ups and bad stand-ups, how to be a leader instead of a boss, how to figure out if the remote approach is working for your business and specific conversation scripts that you can use to make clear to your remote employees what are your expectations of their work.
The blockchain technology is primed to disrupt all industries, and the way work is done anywhere. But how much relevance does it have in HR and remote hiring? What are its features and applications? What sort of tools is available for you to use now? And, are there any limitations? Find out here.
Arguably, no other industry is as dependent on tools as remote work. So, when a tool your team uses gets discontinued, you’ll have to plan carefully. From picking the next tool to timing a migration, there are many variables to consider. Find out how to make the transition process least disruptive to your team’s work.
In this episode of the StaffITRight podcast, we talk to Radical Inclusion’s Stephan Dohrn. Stephan has been helping remote teams do their best work for over a decade, and his experience has led him to focus on each individual as the building blocks of a top-performing remote team.
Remote teams need the same training and professional development as onsite teams. But remote teams report they feel left out of this benefit. They often
What can you do to stay in sync with your remote workers and build a robust relationship with the team?
Here are some proven ideas from successful remote teams like Hubstaff, Zapier, Buffer, and Atlassian.
Nothing can be worse for a company than a bad manager. If the supervisor doesn’t properly manage his or her employees, the problems that can