A talk proposed by our visiting member Aliaksandr Kavalevich:
In 2017 almost four million people worked remotely in the US alone, but there are still many myths around remote work. In my talk, I will debunk the most common myths related to remote work, that have both individual contributors and managers.
You will learn how distributed teams communicate and what co-located teams can learn from them. I will share my experience how remote work allows me as an individual contributor to improve my performance and what you can use even in an office. I will share some secrets how distributed companies select the right candidates for working from home.
I will also talk about the history of remote work, compensations and many more.