There are a variety of benefits to building a remote team:
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There are many benefits to building a remote team. They are different, however, depending on the exact hiring strategy. It could be a myriad of factors ranging from the talent level, pool size, market salaries, productivity, flexibility, among others.
For us, the biggest benefit of building a remote team is the ability to expand our talent pool exponentially every time we run a new search.
If the job can be done remotely, we really urge companies to at least see what it can do to the level of talent at the company. You are bound to find more qualified candidates in less time —and give your company and team more hiring options— if you open up your hiring to at least meet and interview candidates from all through the U.S., the continent, and even the world.
The more that companies expand their candidate pools, the higher the probability of finding the right fit.
Gino realized how important remote work could be to finding the best talent—see his strategies for building remote teams.
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The benefits of building a remote team are many.
I believe it's the biggest hack to more productivity, a more engaged workforce, solving the talent crunch, and making your engines run 24/7.
And just like for any process to be successful, you need to make it work by giving the building of remote teams your full attention.
Ayush is a CEO that is committed to helping companies build successful remote teams—see his process and tips for developing location independent teams that thrive.
Read full interview from Interview with Ayush, a CEO and avid remote team builder.
Remote work enables businesses to hire the best remote talent from across the world. This allows for the onboarding of people with a variety of opinions and skills. These individuals can help businesses flourish.
There are studies that show that remote employees are more productive than office employees. They take less days off, virtual meetings are short and quick, and remote employees can take less coffee breaks thus wasting less time.
Also, when everyone works from home, the workplace expenses are close to zero.
Vaishali persevered until she found the right remote work job for her lifestyle—check out how she uses productivity tools and time management strategies to stay productive.
Read full interview from Interview with Vaishali, a content marketer and a productivity tool expert.
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