We have a returning guest on our show today – Sahin Boydas, CEO & Founder of Remote Team – an all-in-one Remote OS that powers remote teams operations. This time, Sahin shares his own fascinating story – from selling a massive technology business in Turkey to arriving in Silicon valley
Daniel Ramsey is the founder and CEO of MyOutDesk, a company with more than 13 years of experience helping CEOs and entrepreneurs around the world grow virtually. In this podcast, he discusses how a blended model can allow you to grow your business, save time, and lower operating costs through
Millions of businesses across the world have had to learn all about managing remote teams this year. For some, it’s been a huge and unexpected paradigm shift. For others, specifically those already allowing some degree of remote working, it’s perhaps been an easier transition. Regardless of where you are on
Sharon Koifman is the founder of DistantJob with more than 15 years of experience in the tech, recruitment, & HR world. In this podcast, this interesting thinker will discuss the talent side of remote work and how to promote worker creativity and a better quality of life.
Peter Rooney is the chief revenue officer for Canadian Payroll Services. This company was office based until COVID-19 came along and now works 100% remotely itself. In this podcast, Peter talks about the Canadian market in particular and how to make global hiring accessible.
Guest post by Juliana Rabbi. Let’s face it: finding the right person to join the team is a challenge. First impressions about the candidate can be wrong, so we need to test and confirm this initial impression, from different perspectives, to confirm if the candidate is the right fit for
Raj Singh is the co-founder and CEO of Loop Team and has more than 20 years of experience building products. This Silicon Valley veteran sold his last company, Tempo AI, to Salesforce. This podcast focuses on how to create a remote work environment that facilitates the type of in-person interactions that
Interested in more remote-work contents? Subscribe to our montly digest! No spam, only quality contente This is a guest post by SafetyWing. Earlier this year, we launched a podcast at SafetyWing called Building Remotely. The goal is to collect knowledge from the top remote leaders around the world. We launched
Leading a team is not a cakewalk; it is tricky and requires a considerable amount of effort. Now imagine doing it from home, sounds scary, isn’t it? It can be backbreaking, especially if it’s your first experience, and you did not have enough time to prepare for it. The distance
This is a guest post by Raj Singh, Co-founder and CEO of Loop Team. What started as a Covid-induced WFH experiment is now permanent WFH. Over 70% of remote workers are preferring remote to in-office. Employee productivity is on the rise with 80% being more or equally productive working from
The third virtual Running Remote event has come and gone in a blink of an eye! It was fantastic to see more people from all over the globe joining our remote work tribe. To keep our community more connected, this time, we introduced new networking activities, such as roundtable discussions
When thinking of hiring a graphic designer for your one-time project, looking for a freelancer is your best bet. The advantage is that you get access to a wider talent pool since they can work remotely from wherever they are. For instance, an individual in Boston can work from a