Podcasts aren’t your thing? Or want the TL:DR? Read on for the 7 most impactful quotes from my conversation with Tilly.Continue reading “7 Quotes to Remember From our Interview with Tilly Firth”
Managing remote teams presents challenges, least of them being time zone conflicts and decreased camaraderie between members.
So, when it comes to keeping your remote team on top of industry trends and knowledge, you’ll want the solution with the least friction and best results: upskilling.
Learn all you need to know about upskilling and why it matters for distributed teams here. From why it’s better than firing and hiring to how to set up systems and tips for success, we cover it all.Continue reading “What is Upskilling and Why Does it Matter for Distributed Teams?”
Imagine that you’ve found the ideal employee in Portugal. Isla has all the skills you’re looking for and will be a stellar match for your company culture. But during salary negotiations, she looks at your offer and asks, “Does this include the 13th- and 14th-month salaries?” For a moment, you’re caught up short. What is she talking about? Is that a real thing?Continue reading “What is a 13th and 14th Month Salary? (and How to Manage and Simplify it)”
Tilly describes Impala as an infrastructure API for hotels. Her role is to manage culture, onboard people, socials, community—everything around that and everything in between, as well as everything on the talent and hiring side.Continue reading “Distributed Discussions Episode 4: Remote Evolutions and International Hiring With Tilly Firth”
Podcasts aren’t your thing? Or want the TL:DR? Read on for the 5 biggest takeaways from last week’s episode.Continue reading “5 Highlights From My Chat With Jo Palmer of Pointer Remote”
In this episode, host Ali Greene chats with Jo Palmer, founder and managing director of Pointer Remote, an Australian-based company that supports rural communities, businesses, and individuals to leverage remote work. They also operate a remote work jobs board, deliver capacity building programs with government and community groups, and is currently building a decentralization tool to encourage people living in metropolitan areas to relocate to rural towns.
Jo is motivated by the social and economic benefits that remote work provides for marginalized parts of the community. She believes that a person’s location, gender, physical ability, or ethnicity should not determine the type of work they do.Continue reading “Distributed Discussions Episode 3: Connectivity and Rural Communities With Jo Palmer”
Podcasts aren’t your thing? Or want the TL:DR? Read on for the 3 biggest takeaways from last week’s episode.Continue reading “Top 3 Takeaways from Remote Work Expert Laurel Farrer”