We were both referred by friends.
Remote team coaches, Kirsten and Jay-Allen, offer three pieces of advice for new remote workers and reveal the one question every remote job seeker should prepare to answer.
Read full interview from Interview with Kirsten and Jay-Allen, remote team coaches & collaboration experts.
I found the job ad in an online group, dropped everything to apply, and luckily got a phone call a few days later. I knew the moment I met the team that I had found my home. We are all about collaboration and flexibility. Having come from a corporate world, it was refreshing.
A job ad in an online group led Pola to find her ideal career as a content writer—see her remote work & job seeking takeaways.
Read full interview from Interview with Pola, a Paris-based content writer.
I explicitly asked for it while interviewing. A year ago, before I joined G2 and I was job-hunting, I made it very clear that remote work was non-negotiable for my next career move.
I got a few rejections because of it!!
But I’m not a doctor, and I don’t work in a field that requires my physical presence in an office every day. So I dug my heels in and said, no, I’m not taking another job that won’t let me work from home when I need to.
It worked out. Ask for what you want; you’d be surprised what people are willing to give you.
For Lauren, remote work was a non-negotiable arrangement—see how she manages a hybrid remote work situation and her tips for those on the remote job search.
Read full interview from Interview with Lauren, a content marketing team lead and hybrid remote worker.
Keep your remote working skills sharp—get notified when we post the next remote work interview! RemoteHabits will help you achieve your remote work goals!