Do you have time off coming up? Are you already thinking about all the important updates you’ll miss, or how you’ll have to catch up when you get back? Stop. Breathe. Learn how to disconnect.
We spoke with Corine Tan about how perceptions of remote work have changed and why she feels soft skills are the key to remote management success.
While micromanagement might feel like good-natured extra diligence — and the best way to keep your team on track — it’s actually a highly toxic workplace issue that will do more harm than good.
There’s never been a more crucial time to create or update your organization’s value statement. With more and more companies turning to remote work, this statement will help you ensure that your distributed team is aligned and engaged.
In this post, we’re going beyond the cliché trust falls and team dinners. We’ll give you 20 ideas for team building activities that both you and your team will actually enjoy.
What do snowboarding, therapy, and a carpentry class have in common? They’re all things that can be covered by a wellness spending account.
What’s the onboarding process like at your company? For some businesses, onboarding might just be some quick introductions or a quick run-through of office rules. But if you want new employees to feel welcomed, start working faster, and stick around longer, a more thorough onboarding process is essential.
Unito is not a remote-first organization. We had flexible schedules to account for doctor’s appointments or subway shutdowns. But we had to do more.
A work anniversary is a lot like a birthday: some people make a big deal out of it while others let it slide by unnoticed. But if you care about your team and your business, you might want to consider going the “big deal” route.
Darren Murph knows a lot about remote work. As the Head of Remote at GitLab, he’s responsible for helping employees acclimate to the company’s all-remote culture. We thought we’d tap into Murph’s expertise to answer some of the most common questions about remote company culture.
McKinsey estimates word-of-mouth to be the primary factor in between 20-50% of purchasing decisions. Community building can help your business create an army of advocates who spread that word-of-mouth across the globe. Just ask Joshua Zerkel, Head of Global Community at Asana.