5 Golden Rules Of Remote Work - Liv.it

5 Golden Rules Of Remote Work

Remote work is on the rise.

The 13th of June at Livit Hub starting from 4:30, free, but make sure you grab your ticket here.

Remote companies have higher retention rate, get access to broader talent pools, and help their employees achieve a better life-work balance. However, many people still connect productivity to staying late in the office. Remote work gets associated with poor communication, longer turnaround, and lack of control. During this talk Liam will share with you 5 golden rules formulated while managing his fully remote team of 90+ employees. These rules will allay these fears and help you reveal the full potential of working remotely so you’ll never want to get back to the office again.

Liam Martin is the co-founder and CMO of TimeDoctor.com and Staff.com. After graduating with a masters in Sociology from McGill University, he opened a small tutoring company which grew to over 100 employees, and looked to solve a problem with remote employees not reporting accurate work data which turned into Staff.com. He consults on outsourcing and process design and is passionate about how to gain insights into the inner workings of how people work.

Liam’s talk at Running Remote 2018

Lavinia Iosub

Managing Partner at Livit, #futureofwork enthusiast
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