What are the benefits of building a remote team?

Question: What are the benefits of building a remote team? Read answers from remote workers to learn.

Company Interview with Fraser, Global Head of Marketing at AnswerConnect

In a word, diversity. As a global company operating in a distributed model, we have built a very diverse team, which is a massive benefit for us.

Having a diverse range of people from different geographical locations and with different backgrounds enable us to take consideration of different perspectives and ensure that everything we produce is of the highest quality and value.

It is also beneficial in terms of our team’s work-life balance as they are able to save their commute time and spend this time instead with family, friends, hobbies etc.

Friday newsletters, instant access to HR, & the use of GIFs in comms, Fraser and the AnswerConnect team could write a book on remote work best practices. Check out the process of how they make it all work.

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Interview with Hrishikesh, an entrepreneur helping to shape remote work

I strongly believe that you need the right processes and alignment in place when building a remote team. If you are indeed successful (we are still in the process), the benefits are huge.

You now get access to high-quality talent across geographic boundaries. Additionally, remote work is a boon for your employees, and they will surely appreciate this and have a great stickiness to your team or company.

Hrishikesh's platforms are helping to shape the world of remote work and the gig economy—see how he mobilizes his remote teams to facilitate this new future of work.

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