Sukhwinder Singh is CEO at Sifars.com. You can find Sifars at Linkedin, Instagram, or Facebook.
1. How did you started working remotely? How did you make the switch?:
Sifars is highly concerned about the crisis India is facing and advocates work from home policy. We slowly transformed and switched to a new platform that helped us unite and come together stronger.
We made a full pivot toward this model in 2020 and ever grown substantially while building great relationships with our clients.
2. What do you think are the main advantages of remote work?:
Working remotely helps in providing functional-rich solutions by curating the highest customized and quality Development solutions. The comprehensive Development team works for Shaping and nurturing ideas by Adding value to the concepts.
3. Do you think there are disadvantages or that you’re missing something by working remotely?:
Yes, working and growing while being social and physically involved in the constraint.
4. From what cities or countries have you worked since you have become remote? What are your favorite ones?:
We serve clients worldwide by synergizing our efforts and providing world-class solutions.
Working with clients is our passion and we make sure to bring the balance and equilibrium with quality and professionalism thus making them all rank in our favorites list.
5. From what type of places do you prefer to work? Home, coworking spaces, coffee shops, or others? Do you have any specific place?:
We provide our team to work as per their comfort.
6. What places would you like to travel to while working remotely?:
Different places provide different cultural, regional backgrounds. Such Places also have different educational backgrounds and work ethics That help you evolve gradually. I would love to work and grow worldwide.
7. What advice would you give to overcome the main challenges of working remotely? Share your remote productivity, communication, management, etc. tips based on your experience!:
Transparency is the key to productivity while working remotely. The more transparent the work and communication is the more productivity keys can be used.
8. What tools do you use and are your favorites to work remotely?:
We apparently work on Slack, Clockify, G meet, and many other tools.
9. How do you manage your business and taxes as a remote working professional?:
Working with compliance and following all the government implied tools and strategies.
10. What advice would you give to people looking to work remotely and companies making the remote switch?:
Go slow and steady. Make sure your team and management are aligned and work towards the same goal while making communication your go-to tool.
Other similar interviews in Remoters
|Interview to Esteve Castells Calpe||Flexibility for everyone is very important, especially for people with kids but not limited to....|
|Interview to Lois Weinblatt||Lois Weinblatt is a Visioning coach, expert, and facilitator in True North Visionaries.|
|Interview to Casey McGuigan||In the wake of the pandemic, our company went home thinking we would be there...|
|Interview to Jingyansu Choudhury||Jingyansu Choudhury is the CEO and Founder of RebelLink, and you can find him on...|
|Interview with Rachel Heller|