Interviews: Remoters

Interviews to digital nomads or remote working professionals who share their experience.

Interview: Eric Lander

Interview: Eric Lander

“Find a way to stay organized, and stick to it. I rely on bullet journaling a lot – and append a daily diary to keep track of conversations, follow-up items and things I talk about with others”.

Interview: Stefanie Grieser

Interview: Stefanie Grieser

“It means I have the ability to live where I feel the most creative. It also makes my career and personal development opportunities that much richer. I don’t feel limited to employment prospects in one-city. I don’t feel trapped. The whole world is my oyster.”

Interview of Duane Storey

Interview of Duane Storey

I think the best employees are happy employees, so I think companies should focus on obtaining that result, even if it means some people are out of the office

Interview: David Iwanow

Interview: David Iwanow

If you are working remotely make sure you don’t work alone all the time, spend time in a base and even visit co-working spaces to bounce ideas of similar people once in a while.

Interview: Emily Kolvitz

Interview: Emily Kolvitz

My productivity has increased dramatically. I’d say it’s near 200%. It’s amazing how much time we actually waste during our days with commuting.

Interview: Gret Glyer

Interview: Gret Glyer

“if an employee is qualified for the position, they deserve to work for that company, even if that means working remotely.”

Interview: Megan Mosley

Interview: Megan Mosley

Remote workers can lead a business to the perfect candidate that they might not otherwise have been able to hire.

Interview: Lara Borm

Interview: Lara Borm

” I do feel that giving employees their own responsibilities allows them to grow and take this responsibility seriously.”

Interview: Rachel Stuckey

Interview: Rachel Stuckey

“Companies probably find that remote workers are often far more productive than those who spend all day in the office.”

Interview: Kerry Needs

Interview: Kerry Needs

“Life is way too short to wonder ‘what if.’ Just make sure you have a bit of money behind you and some experience in your field”.

Interview: Jennifer Lachs

Interview: Jennifer Lachs

“Hiring remote workers means they can tap into a much larger talent pool compared to hiring in just one city or maybe country”.

Interview: Margo Stoney

Interview: Margo Stoney

When you see a photo of a laptop on a beach, there’s a lot of work that went into making that photo happen. Remote workers are not “lucky” and we don’t “have it easy.”

Interview: Kevin Martin

Interview: Kevin Martin

“It is important to assess your risk tolerance, work habits, and values before transitioning to a new lifestyle.”

Interview: Carlos Hernández

Interview: Carlos Hernández

Carlos Hernández is a software developer with more than 10 years of professional experience. He works at Audiense where he’s part of the backend engineering team.

Interview: James Nylen

Interview: James Nylen

Remote working is an amazing benefit, and you will open up a whole new pool of talent (worldwide!) by supporting your employees with this option.

Interview: Sandra Lewis

Interview: Sandra Lewis

“It’s wonderful but to be successful at working remotely requires the same amount of discipline and diligence than an in-office job.”