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How To Build An Effective Remote Team In 7 Steps

Establishing remote teams within your business can help you find top-tier talent from anywhere in the world, potentially cut costs, and offer an additional benefit to recruits who are considering joining your company. However, there is an art to successful remote work, so you’ll need to create the right conditions ... Click to continue reading
Tags: Productivity, Leadership, Communication, Remote Work, Guest Posts


Remote work helps Zoom grow 169% in one year, posting $328.2M in Q1 revenue

Today after the bell, video-chat service Zoom reported its Q1 earnings. The company disclosed that it generated $328.2 million in revenue, up 169% compared to the year-ago period. The company also reported $0.20 per-share in adjusted profit during the three-month period. Analysts, as averaged by Yahoo Finance, expected Zoom to report $202.48 million in revenue, and a per-share profit of $0.09. After its earnings smash, shares of Zoom were up slightly Update: Zoom shares are now up 2.3% ahead ...
Tags: TC, Enterprise, Tech, Remote Work, Earnings, Zoom, Yahoo Finance, Coronavirus, COVID-19, COVID


Employee Productivity and Engagement Will Drop Working from Home. Myths of the Remote Workplace – Part 2

As we continue to make this transition around how we manage our lives and careers, managers have the added responsibility of ensuring their employees are staying engaged, maintaining productivity, and feeling supported and connected to the team and the company. To avoid sabotaging yourself and your team, it’s essential to be mindful of these four costly myths that strike fear and doubt in the hearts of every manager. Here’s part one in this four-part series Leadership Academy – Online Cour...
Tags: Career, Motivation, Leadership, Stanford, Sales, Executive Coaching, Sales Leadership, Remote Work, Working From Home, Online Courses, Career Coaching, Coaching, Gallup, SHRM, Business News Daily, Sales Management


Onboarding employees and maintaining culture in a remote work environment 

Caryn Marooney Contributor Share on Twitter Caryn Marooney is general partner at Coatue Management and sits on the boards of Zendesk and Elastic. In prior roles she oversaw communications for Facebook, Instagram, WhatsApp and Oculus and co-founded The OutCast Agency, which served clients like Salesforce.com and Amazon. More posts by this contributor Onboarding employees and maintaining culture in a remote work env...
Tags: Work, Startups, Column, Tech, Remote Work, Venture Capital, Recruitment, Hiring, Zendesk, Gitlab, Onboarding, Human Resource Management, Telecommuting, Caryn Marooney, Coatue Management, Facebook Instagram WhatsApp


Together At Home: 3 Ways To Create Human Connections On Virtual Teams

by Tara Peters, Ph.D., coauthor of “The Demotivated Employee: Helping Leaders Solve the Motivation Crisis That Is Plaguing Business“ Tune into social media, and you’ll most likely see the trending hashtag #TogetherAtHome. Remote work and social distancing have limited our daily activities as we work together to flatten the curve. But sheltering in place has adverse psychological consequences, and people are feeling alone and isolated. As a result, folks are trying to find ways to stay connected...
Tags: Startups, Texas, Remote Work, Chris Martin, Coldplay, John Legend, Business Communications, Ocwen, Managing Employees, Professionalisms, Employee Management, Virtual Team, Managing A Team, Remote Team, Tara Peters, Coca Cola Allstate Walmart


Google outlines plan to get some employees back to the office

In a blog post, Google and Alphabet CEO Sundar Pichai gave an overview of the company’s plan to return its workforce to some semblance of normalcy—or at least a new normal. Google will begin opening some of its office buildings in various cities starting on July 6, allowing a small amount of its employees who need a physical workspace “the opportunity to return on a limited, rotating basis.” The idea is to rotate employees in for a day every few weeks to keep facilities at only around 10 perc...
Tags: Google, TC, Tech, Remote Work, Atlanta, Logistics, Sundar Pichai, Pichai, Dallas Denver, COVID-19, COVID, Pichai Facebook, Facebook and Twitter Google


How Automattic pays its remote employees across different geographies

A growing number of tech companies is telling their employees they can work from anywhere, even after this pandemic has passed. A looming question, however, is how. Last week, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg told employees that Facebook will adjust the pay of those who choose to move out of the Bay Area and work in different, presumably less expensive, geographies.  But others figuring out their own remote-work strategies might also look to Automattic, the now 15-year-old, heavily venture-bac...
Tags: TC, Facebook, Mark Zuckerberg, San Francisco, Tech, Remote Work, Github, Matt Mullenweg, Automattic, Bay Area, Akismet, Mullenweg, Distributed Workforce, Mullenweg Automattic, Mullenweg Like Zuckerberg


Why localized compensation in a work-anywhere world isn’t so simple

Last Thursday, Mark Zuckerberg told Facebook’s 48,000 employees that he expects upwards of 50% of the company will be working remotely within 10 years. After outlining many of the advantages that remote work confers — including to “potentially spread more economic opportunity around the country and potentially around the world” — he added that those who choose to move to other places in the U.S. or elsewhere will be paid based on where they live. “We’ll localize everybody’s comp on January 1,...
Tags: Work, Startups, TC, Facebook, Mark Zuckerberg, Tech, Remote Work, Compensation, Salaries, Talent, Github, Hiring, Zuckerberg, Bay Area, Work From Anywhere, Extra Crunch


Where these 4 top VCs are investing in manufacturing

Even though it’s a vast sector in the midst of transformation, manufacturing is often overlooked by early-stage investors. We surveyed top VCs in the industry to gather their perspectives on the challenges and opportunities facing manufacturing. Traditionally, manufacturing companies are capital-intensive and can be slow to implement new technology and processes. The investors in the survey below acknowledge the long-standing barriers facing founders in this space, yet they see large opportuniti...
Tags: Startups, TC, Science, Hardware, Tech, Remote Work, Automotive, Venture Capital, Manufacturing, Robotics, Eclipse Ventures, Dayna Grayson, Lior Susan, Extra Crunch, Coronavirus, COVID-19


How Recruitment Strategies Need to Change During COVID-19

How Your Recruitment Strategies Need to Change During COVID-19 COVID-19 has dramatically changed the world in a very short space of time. This has shaken us all and the result is that our world has changed. It is not surprising then, that the world of recruiting will change as a result of this. We review […]
Tags: Technology, Featured, News, Trends, Remote Work, Recruiting, Human Resources, Hiring, Staffing, Branding, Blog Posts, Recruitment Marketing, Hr Technology, Candidate Sourcing, Sourcing, Talent Acquisition


How Businesses Can Help Employees Cope During the COVID-19 Outbreak

Four Simple Ways Your Business Can Help Employees Cope With business leaders focused on immediate problems – cash flow, the practicalities of remote or distanced working, when and how to re-open their workplaces. It’s easy to overlook the vital need to focus on long-term workforce wellbeing. The fast move to a very different way of […]
Tags: Technology, Featured, News, Trends, Communication, Remote Work, Crisis Management, HR, Employee Morale, Human Resources, Branding, Blog Posts, Employee Happiness, COVID-19, COVID-19 Resources


Facebook makes big remote work moves with plan for new hubs in Dallas, Denver and Atlanta

In a livestreamed town hall, Mark Zuckerberg gave an overview for what he expects in the near future as Facebook pursues accommodations to keep workers productive and safe during the COVID-19 crisis. The move comes as large tech companies reassess the viability of their iconic Silicon Valley campuses, now empty as the pandemic keeps most employees at home. Part of Zuckerberg’s vision, announced Thursday, includes the surprise announcement that Facebook will be setting up new company hubs in D...
Tags: Social, TC, Facebook, Mark Zuckerberg, Twitter, Tech, Remote Work, Atlanta, Silicon Valley, Pittsburgh, Zuckerberg, Menlo Park, Dallas Denver, Facebook CEO, Denver Dallas, Atlanta Zuckerberg


Create a 90-day timeline after fundraising to strengthen investor-founder ties

Medha Agarwal Contributor Share on Twitter Medha Agarwal is a former founder and an early-stage investor at Redpoint Ventures, working with entrepreneurs focused on fintech, marketplaces and the future of work. As the coronavirus pandemic has disrupted the nature of businesses and the way we work, it’s making even more clear how important communication is when it comes to effective collaboration. I’ve been reflecting on this a...
Tags: Column, Entrepreneurship, Management, Tech, Remote Work, Fundraising, Venture Capital, Recruitment, Redpoint Ventures, Onboarding, Human Resource Management, Board Member, Doug Hudson, Extra Crunch, Coronavirus, COVID-19


12 VCs share their thoughts on enterprise startup trends and opportunities

Compared to other tech firms, enterprise companies have held up well during the pandemic. If anything, the problems enterprises were facing prior to the economic downturn have become even more pronounced; if you were thinking about moving to the cloud or just dabbling in it, you’re probably accelerating that motion. If you were trying to move off of legacy systems, that has become even more imperative. And if you were attempting to modernize processes and workflows, whether engineer- and develop...
Tags: TC, Enterprise, Developer, Tech, Remote Work, Artificial Intelligence, SaaS, Enterprise Startups, Max Gazor, Airtable, Extra Crunch, Coronavirus, COVID-19, Investor Surveys


11 VCs share their thoughts on enterprise startup trends and opportunities

Compared to other tech firms, enterprise companies have held up well during the pandemic. If anything, the problems enterprises were facing prior to the economic downturn have become even more pronounced; if you were thinking about moving to the cloud or just dabbling in it, you’re probably accelerating that motion. If you were trying to move off of legacy systems, that has become even more imperative. And if you were attempting to modernize processes and workflows, whether engineer- and develop...
Tags: TC, Enterprise, Developer, Tech, Remote Work, Artificial Intelligence, SaaS, Enterprise Startups, Max Gazor, Airtable, Extra Crunch, Coronavirus, COVID-19, Investor Surveys


Why VCs say they’re open for business, even if they’re pausing new deals

This week Alexia Bonatsos of Dream Machine and Niko Bonatsos of General Catalyst swung by Extra Crunch Live to discuss where they are investing today and what the future might look like. As expected, these seed and early-stage venture capitalists had a lot to say about their current investing cadence and what interests them in the world of edtech, Clubhouse and more. A big thanks to everyone who came out and submitted some great questions. Going back through the chat today, a few sections jumped...
Tags: Startups, TC, Montana, Events, Tech, Remote Work, Diversity, Venture Capital, General Catalyst, Alexia, Niko Bonatsos, Dream Machine, Alexia Bonatsos, Extra Crunch, Extra Crunch Live


What people tend to get wrong about remote work

What do people tend to get wrong about remote work? And how can companies make it work better for them? While just about every tech company on the planet has become remote over the last few weeks, GitLab has been at this a while — since pretty much day one of its existence back in 2014, in fact. Since then they’ve grown to more than 1,200 employees across 65 countries, with a staggering valuation of nearly $3 billion. They’ve figured out some stuff along the way, sharing it all in an ever-evolvi...
Tags: Work, Startups, TC, Developer, Tech, Remote Work, Gartner, Gitlab, Murph, Darren Murph, Extra Crunch, Coronavirus, COVID-19


The Quick Guide to Remote Workplace Safety

The Quick Guide to Remote Workplace Safety As we continue to shelter in place and work remotely, cybersecurity becomes a greater concern than ever before. While there are certainly online risks during business as usual, they are much greater now. With so many people working remotely, hackers have many more opportunities to access sensitive data, […]
Tags: Technology, Featured, News, Trends, Remote Work, Recruiting, Guest Post, Human Resources, Data Privacy, Branding, Blog Posts, Zoe Porter, Workplace Data, COVID-19, COVID-19 Resources, Remote Technology


GitLab’s head of Remote on hiring, onboarding and why Slack is a no-work zone

With more than 1,200 employees distributed across over 65 countries and a valuation of nearly $3 billion, GitLab is one of the world’s most successful fully remote startups. Describing it as a textbook example of a remote company would be redundant, because the company actually wrote a textbook about it. I recently had a chance to talk to GitLab’s head of Remote, Darren Murph, who filled me in on how they get stuff done, his advice for all the companies that had to suddenly shift to remote...
Tags: Work, Work From Home, Startups, TC, Developer, California, Tech, Remote Work, Gitlab, Engadget, Darren, Darren Murph, Extra Crunch, Coronavirus, COVID-19


Fireside chat with William Tincup & Nicky Hancock of AMS

Fireside Chat with Nicola Hancock, Managing Director – Americas Region for Alexander Mann Solutions When you get the opportunity to talk with a recruitment legend, you stop whatever you’re doing and you prepare to listen and learn. That was me during this interview. I’ve been following Nicky’s work for what seems like 180 years but […]
Tags: Technology, Featured, News, Podcasts, Trends, Remote Work, Recruiting, Human Resources, Fireside Chat, Hiring, Staffing, Branding, Nicky, Blog Posts, Talent Acquisition, HR Tech


Work From Home is dead, long live Work From Anywhere

My colleagues and I published a couple of different views on the future of “work from home” and remote work last Friday — a story that, if analytics is any sign, really struck a nerve with many of you. That shouldn’t be surprising particularly in the tech industry, where knowledge work fundamentally means we spend the vast majority of our time in an “office.” Everything from minor annoyances (they cut down the size of the Klondike bars in the mini-kitchen!) to massive complaints (I am trying to ...
Tags: Work From Home, TC, Twitter, Tech, Remote Work


Dos and Don’ts For Successful Zoom Meetings

This may not be scientific data, but there’s a 99.9% chance individuals working from home during COVID-19 have joined at least one Zoom meeting. Zoom, for anyone unfamiliar with the… Read more » The post Dos and Don’ts For Successful Zoom Meetings appeared first on Noobpreneur.com.
Tags: Productivity, Work From Home, Business, Management, Remote Work, Tips, Zoom, Info Tech, Videoconferencing, COVID-19


Remote work may fuel massive migration from pricey cities: Redfin

More than 50 percent of Americans in New York, Seattle, Boston and San Francisco told Redfin they would move if they could work remotely.
Tags: San Francisco, Remote Work, Data, Cities, Radio, Migration, Moving, Redfin, Glenn Kelman, Brokerage, Select, COVID-19, Urban Area, New York Seattle Boston


Why we’re doubling down on cloud investments right now

Mary D'Onofrio Contributor Share on Twitter Mary D'Onofrio is a software investor at Bessemer Venture Partners who joined to start the firm's growth practice; she's also an architect of ^EMCLOUD and authored the 10 Laws of Cloud and the State of the Cloud 2020. Hansae Catlett Contributor Share on Twitter Hansae Catlett is an investor for Bessem...
Tags: Travel, Startups, Cloud, Ecommerce, Column, Enterprise, Cloud Computing, Remote Work, Canada, SaaS, Telemedicine, Shopify, Twilio, Venmo, Online Education, Bessemer Venture Partners


HR Professionals: Many of Your Employees are in the “Perfect Storm” for Relapse

HR Professionals: Many of Your Employees are in the “Perfect Storm” for Relapse Like everyone else, HR professionals are learning to navigate this unprecedented time in the world right now. Adapting to this change may cause even greater stress on HR and employees alike. Especially for companies unfamiliar with flex work and those that don’t […]
Tags: Featured, News, Trends, Remote Work, Guest Post, Human Resources, Staffing, Branding, Employee Health, Blog Posts, Pandemic, Relapse, Tim Stein, Coronavirus, COVID-19, COVID-19 Resources


Twitter work from home announcement

Twitter may have once again changed the world. On Tuesday, CEO Jack Dorsey emailed the entire company (interestingly opting not to Tweet it) effectively telling all employees they could continue working from home, if they so desired, forever. Jobs that require people to be present — like server maintenance — will still need to come in. But by and large Twitter’s workforce will now be allowed to telecommute full-time, even in a post-pandemic world. Dorsey’s email was first obtained by BuzzFee...
Tags: Travel, Google, Work From Home, Facebook, Twitter, Remote Work, Silicon Valley, Jack Dorsey, Cnbc, Dorsey, All, Christie, BuzzFeed News, Silicon Valley New York, Global Workplace Analytics, WFH


Remote work trends could lead to suburban boom: Zillow

The trend could ease price pressure on urban and inner suburban areas, according to Zillow Principal Economist Skylar Olsen.
Tags: Markets & Economy, News Brief, Select, COVID-19, Housing Trends, Remote Work, Skylar Olsen, Suburbs, Zillow


The New Reality | Suddenly, it feels like it’s 2025. And things look good.

It feels like five years have been compressed into the last ten weeks. Rising trends have accelerated to become what feels like the norm, and new ways of doing things have burst into the open. Marketing, businesses, and brands have been turned upside down, and we are now experiencing the new reality. There’s an old adage about how a frog will sit in a pot of gradually heating water until it boils alive, but if you put it into a pot of boiling water it would jump straight out. We are like the ...
Tags: Post, Marketing, US, Remote Work, Marketo, Magento, Modern Marketing, Kraft Heinz, Quarantine, Global Workplace Analytics, 2025, WFH, COVID-19, The New Reality


I loved working from home until the pandemic made it mandatory

This is not the remote work I know and love
Tags: News, Opinion, Trends, Remote Work, Features, Working From Home


Work From Home Guide for First-Time Remote Workers

We’re currently in the midst of the greatest remote work experiment in history. The COVID-19 pandemic is forcing businesses to quickly adapt to new work setups that allow for greater social distancing. While it is not a big adjustment for remote work converts such as myself, it can be somewhat challenging for those trying this arrangement for the first time.  Even before the current situation around COVID-19, remote work has been on the rise. A recent study released prior to the coronavir...
Tags: Work From Home, Microsoft, Sales, Remote Work, Remote Working, Operations, Facebook Twitter, Nikola, Calendly, Home-Based Business, Telecommuting & Home Office, Brosix, Coronavirus, COVID-19, Nikola Baldikov Nikola Baldikov