You've probably heard about Stack Overflow's promises of remote work. If you haven't already, you can read this, this and this full page of links. Seriously, we care a lot about this. At Stack Overflow, we want to hire the best person for the job, even if that person is as far away telemarketing list as Salt Lake City, Utah, Berlin, Germany, or Sao Paulo, Brazil. Advocating remote work is promoting diversity, and we are committed to improving both. However, this post won't be another post on why we telemarketing list believe in remote work. What I want to tell you is how to make this happen.
I manage the company's workplace, and a big part of that job is making sure our 85+ remote employees have everything they need to get telemarketing list
their work done. Here are telemarketing list my recommendations on how to successfully prepare your remote infrastructure: Having a dedicated remote worker (like me!) becomes a key player in handling remote needs This is definitely the most important part of telemarketing list working remotely. A designated employee must be available for remote employees to specifically answer their questions, concerns, and concerns.
When a new remote employee telemarketing list joins, I tell him that he can ask me any questions, and I'll do my best to answer him, or at least give them the right direction. I get all kinds of questions telemarketing list and requests. For example, I learned how to buy Belgian beer for an employee and ship it to Poland because he was unable to attend work events due to surgery. Also, Uruguay has very strict voltage restrictions on household telemarketing list items, so sending a crank-bar standing desk to Montevideo is no fun.