All about collaboration and the future of work
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Whether a new hire will be successful and satisfied in their new role is down to the right kind of onboarding. It’s especially crucial for remote employees who can’t integrate organically into the processes and culture of the company.
Trust and teamwork are in a crisis if you ask managers. If you are a knowledge worker, you are working remotely in the COVID spring of 2020; whether you want to or not. Everyone has become intimately familiar with remote collaboration – instant messaging, simultaneous editing, and gawking at your colleagues' bookshelves in video calls – the most used tools being Slack, Zoom, Microsoft Teams, and Google's G Suite. And Sharepoint for some, you poor souls.
I previously shared our founding story and my history of solving startup communication and collaboration problems here. In this article, I wanted to focus on triangulating the costs of business as usual and show how startup communication could be fixed for good.
We are proud to announce the launch of our beta program! This program is tailored for teams, who are ready to make their inter-team collaboration more transparent and open by allowing information to flow freely. So you have to have the guts to see how the sausage is made.