In this episode of the How We Solve podcast, we talk with Liam Martin about how newly remote companies communicate effectively.
Building a company with a remote workforce
Remote work is becoming popular in almost all industries and countries around the world. Flexibility and freedom to work from home, coffee shop, or any other place is the main perk that remote workforce likes the most. Many businesses are still concerned about allowing their employees to work remotely. They think that they will lose “control”, that the employees will not complete their tasks and cost the business.
When the opposite occurs. People who work remotely, on their own schedule in the preferred environment, tend to be more productive and happy with their jobs, as opposed to their colleagues that are bound to the office life.
So, how do you go about managing a remote team?
Remote work is definitively popular among employees, but how do the managers and business owners tackle managing and scaling their businesses? Manager’s job is to create a productive, harmonious workplace and make sure that all the employees are on top of their tasks and goals.
Yes, going out of the usual work frame and office life has its own downsides and justified concerns, but there are numerous benefits of remote work for both workers and employers:
Experts solutions for different remote work problems
With the current global crisis situation, remote work has become the only solution so the businesses can still keep running. We have talked with the experts, from the remote work environment.
In this episode of the How We Solve podcast, we talk with Shauna Moran about reducing constant and back-to-back meetings to improve productivity
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On episode 15, one of the hosts of How We Solve podcast GQ, shares his experience and best practices for scaling a business with a completely remote team.
On episode 14 of How We Solve podcast we talked to Liam Martin, co-founder of Time Doctor, and he shared his take on how to operate remotely and grow your business in times of global crisis.
On episode 13 John has joined the How We Solve podcast today to tell us all how he has successfully run his business without any employees to manage.
On this episode of How We Solve we talked with Joshua Chin about what he’s learned about acquiring, growing, & managing a high-performing remote team.
On Episode 4 we talked with Remote work expert Shauna Moran and she explained how neuroscience can help with understanding and managing a remote workforce.