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Me in Columbia
Workplace culture is vital because it affects how happy, motivated, and productive employees are. It determines how teams communicate and interact with each other, affecting work performance and a company’s overall success. Implementing a remote workplace culture can seem challenging at first, but leaders can use specific strategies to build a positive culture that helps remote teams thrive.
As the impact of COVID-19 starts to settle, many companies are re-thinking “business as usual.” Fully distributed teams, a luxury until the recent pandemic, are growing in popularity even as cities and states declare it’s safe to return to work. Companies like Dropbox, Quora, Slack and Amazon continue to challenge the pre-COVID workplace model by proving that finding and hiring top talent, maintaining company culture and achieving optimum results are possible outside the confines of a traditional 9-to-5 on-site office environment. Organizations like those four – and others – offer fully remote options. Some work with outsourcing or third-party companies to assist their direct-hire efforts or apply cutting-edge staffing solutions to age-old challenges.
As we continue to celebrate Black History Month, we at Instant Teams stand and honor all of the great pillars and figures that have helped shape and mold Black History Month. This is not only a time to Remember the Legacy but also an opportunity to celebrate the Forming of the Future for BHM!
You’re searching for a job and come across a posting that seems awesome and you feel is the perfect match. You keep scrolling to read more. And that’s when you encounter the qualifications section.