(This is Part-1 of two-part series. See Part-2 here) You need to consider many factors when an employee asks to transition from on-site to remote work. Remote work has been shown to improve overall employee satisfaction, and it can even improve company efficiency. However, as

Remote working offers many obvious advantages to both the employer and employee. Employers have the opportunity to hire the most qualified candidates regardless of location. Employees can enjoy a flexible schedule and the freedom to choose a working environment that works best for them. While

Competition for software professionals is intense in tech-heavy locations like Silicon Valley and San Francisco, as many companies vie for a geographically limited pool of workers. Meanwhile, talented candidates are seeking employment in numerous parts of “flyover country,” and finding few opportunities to use their skills.

Managing remote employees consists of much more than the recruiting process. In fact, although recruiting remote professionals is becoming part of the regular function of many businesses throughout the United States, it is crucial that business owners and managers include remote employees in meetings on

Today’s technology landscape is changing. Companies that want to maximize future trends realize that to do so, they must consider flexible solutions, such as hiring remote professionals. Want to know how the right Marketing Operations methodologies and frameworks can turbocharge your marketing performance? Contact us

Does the phrase “unlimited vacation” fill you with fear? It is just one of the perks some companies are offering in an attempt to sign top tech talent. More companies are hiring in the tech space, and the result is increasingly comprehensive compensation packages. With

Today’s workers clearly value the opportunity to work remotely, and it’s easy to understand their reasons. We hear far less, however, about the benefits that remote work provides to businesses, but these benefits are equally substantial. Here are three ways your company will reap the

Remote workers spend almost 10 percent more time working than their office-going counterparts. However, even as the trend of telecommuting is on the rise in the United States, most companies adopt an ad hoc approach to hiring and managing remote employees. However, it can become

Recent blog by Haseeb Qureshi on his experience in interviewing for a software engineer positions in Silicon Valley received a lot of attention.  The nugget that made the blog buzz-worthy is that Haseeb landed a job with $250K annual compensation by negotiating aggressively and by

Now that you’ve recruited the best remote employees, what are the best strategies for retaining them? The ability to retain programmers is especially important if you are an expanding business and if you are forming remote teams. Today’s business world often requires remote or satellite offices

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