Whether you are transforming your traditional business model to remote or are in the early start-up phases, you need to recognize the new rules and norm of the game.
Most of us are all too familiar with how expensive it is to find and hire new employees. And losing a new hire weeks or months after they join your team is even more costly. To increase retention, human resource departments invest incredible time and resources into their onboarding strategies. But, in my opinion, these strategies require a fresh perspective. 2020 might be gone, but remote hiring is here to stay as the new norm. So here’s what I think needs to change. First, take some time to consider what remote employees don’t experience when they start a new job.… This story continues at The Next Web
The world has now new norms for traveling, working, and just about every daily activity ever since the pandemic broke out on a global scale. To keep up with the changed lifestyle, many industries and workplaces started adopting remote working norms and the necessary infrastructure support. Software development has definitely got an edge over the other industries regarding remote work. What is a trend now in other industries has been an industry-standard in software development for the last decade. Many companies have experience of remote working with freelance developers or with offshore development teams that are located in distant regions… This story continues at The Next Web
As a strange year drew to a close, I thought it was about time I sat down and went over what exactly had gotten me and my team through these unprecedented times. Not only was there a pandemic, but for us running businesses in the UK or with a presence there, we’ve also had to contend with the dreaded B-word. I’ve been working a long time on automation and simplifying the process of running a business. Over the course of my career, I’ve learned a thing or two about how to improve businesses, but I’ve never had to overcome as… This story continues at The Next Web