/Remote Work

Digital Working: COVID-19

tl;dr: Working document created by London based VC LocalGlobe on remote work during this crisis. 

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Work in the Time of Corona

- Alice Goldfuss tl;dr: Tips on working from home but also an important reminder that this isn't normal. It's okay to feel unproductive due to stress. Monitor your mental health and be kind to yourself and others. 

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Transitioning From Offices To Distributed Teams During A Crisis

- John O'Duinn tl;dr: Transitioning From Offices To Distributed Teams During A Crisis

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Working From Home Tips From Our Experienced Remote Employees

- Ryan Donovan tl;dr: Tips from StackOverflow's remote employees on working from home. Have a designated space, keep a schedule and routine, and more.

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Working Together When We’re Not Together

tl;dr: Given many of you will be working from home, this is Google's playbook on remote work. There is a slide each for employees, buddies of employees, managers and leaders.

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On Messing Up Your Remote Team - And Then Getting It Right

- Charity Majors tl;dr: In the early stages of Charity's business when the founding team was still establishing the core business, bringing remote workers into brainstorming sessions didn't work. She learnt that remote workers require more structure & clear remits, which can only be provided once a business has a degree of focus. 

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Asynchronous Communication: The Real Reason Remote Workers Are More Productive

- Amir Salihefendic tl;dr: Author advocates for async communication regardless of whether teams are remote, discussing benefits of such communication and how to build company culture around it.

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The Early Disciple Of Remote Startups

- Tomasz Tunguz tl;dr: "Remote forces you to do the things you should be doing anyway earlier and better." As a virtue of being remote, you establish and commit to core values and other HR functions much sooner.

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Communication Techniques for Leading Remote Teams

- Vy Luu tl;dr: Communication frequency and style is critical. Remote workers need leaders that are high energy, personable and communicate frequently. Click the link in this tweet if you are paywalled

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How Remote Work Impacts Employees With Disabilities

- Caleb Kaiser tl;dr: Commuting with disabilities can be challenging. Remote work not only removes this challenge but opens up companies to a wider talent pool and creates a more flexible work schedule for those that need it.

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