The Difference Between “Remote” and “Remote-First” – ThinkGrowth.org

From Litmus: the 10 things remote teams need to succeed

 

One misconception about remote work is that it hinders collaboration. In my experience, the inverse is more likely: offices hinder independent work. Collaboration tends to happen in short bursts, followed by longer periods of writing, designing, coding and thinking. It’s more important to give employees quiet time than it is to cram them into an open office.

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