Cracking The Code Of Remote Working: Lessons From The Future Of Work

Lessons From The Future Of Work with AngelList's head of remote Andreas Klinger.

Jan Schulz-Hofen, founder and CEO of Planio, wrote in a blog for Toptal: "If you ask me, working remotely rocks. I'm currently writing from a small beach bar located on a remote island in southern Thailand. Looking up from my laptop, I see nothing but the endless ocean and its crystal clear blue waters. I'll be enjoying this morning undisturbed and focused on my work because the rest of the team hasn't even gotten up yet. Time zones work out well for distributed teams."

"Hiring remote means you are able to hire the best possible talent anywhere on the planet, and allowing those people to choose quality of life over the rat race is a serious draw for the person you are looking to hire."

It's huge! You were looking for people in small parts of cities, and now you hire the best talent from the whole world.
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