Interviews

Take a look at our interviews with remote based professionals, teams and specialists who share about their remote working experience:

Remoters | Experts | Remote Companies | Job Seekers

Interview with ProofHub

Interview with ProofHub

Learn how ProofHub, an all-in-one project management and team collaboration software, started to work remotely due to the Coronavirus lockdown, and how they’ve made it a successful experience.

Interview with Tom Baker from FordeBaker

Interview with Tom Baker from FordeBaker

“I do miss the human interaction of the office environment, my colleagues said the same thing, but the benefits far outweigh the disadvantages. At some point we might have a small head office but I’m determined that our culture will always encourage flexible working.”

Interview with John Xie, CEO of Taskade

Interview with John Xie, CEO of Taskade

“Being distributed requires certain forcing functions for team collaboration that don’t exist for traditional in-office teams. With the right tools and methodologies, you’re able to build a team that strives not only for productivity, but accountability and trust as well.”

Interview with Andriy Haydash

Interview with Andriy Haydash

“there is no guarantee that someone who is working in the office is going to be a good worker. You need people that are committed, disciplined and with skills.”

Interview with Alexandra Cote

Interview with Alexandra Cote

“No commute, more energy, more free time, schedule flexibility, even saving money on food and clothes. It’s all so convenient and you don’t need to be bothered by regular issues office workers bump into.”

Interview with Jonathan Jones

Interview with Jonathan Jones

“I also save about £162 or so per month not having to commute to work, and I don’t have to jump on a packed underground train full of people. I definitely feel more motivated and productive as there are fewer distractions.”

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