Speaking for myself, the remote experience gives me more control over my own time and also pushes me to improve my communication skills. Oral and written communication is essential for distance work. We must accept that if only one member of the crew is not at the office the overall team should take a remote mindset. We must try to write down everything just to avoid misunderstandings.
Despite these positive things, I have also found a problem: when suddenly (like in this pandemic) a team swipe from on-site location into a remote company all the members that were part of that “office past time” has strong relationships between them but… what happen when new people join the enviroment? It is specifically at this point that the culture of remote work needs to be enhanced and taken care of to the maximum.
Given these points, I’ll continue reading, experimenting and learning about remote job just to keep up to date this blog with new ideas. The question now is: are non-software companies ready to this new revolution?
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