This year, software engineer Dan Horne gave a presentation on Imposter Syndrome that hit a nerve on our team. During the rest of the…
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We understand how involved it can be as you acclimate to remote work culture, especially during times like these. With years of remote work under our belt, we’d like to help by sharing our own work from home setups and some of the tools and products that we love.
In this post, one of our PMs and pro work from home mom discusses the reality of working from home with kids, and her best tips for surviving.
We communicate as a team on Slack the same way we would via any other form of communication—by following our Core Values.
If you work at home, you are constantly going to be battling distractions. Having a dedicated workspace can be a huge help in several ways. Let your family know that when you’re sitting at the desk, it’s work time and you shouldn’t be bothered. Give yourself time to get ready for work.
A flexible work environment means that the team may be working or resting at many different hours. Believing that your teammates have achieved that essential personal balance is the first step in knowing that you’ll be operating from a place of trust.
You don’t have to allow interruptions. Take that pressure off yourself.
By using the #watercooler channel in Slack, we’re able to get to know our coworkers and expose our personalities. This is how we create great office culture.