REMOTE WORK

Employee with laptop and papers at their kitchen table doing remote work

Remote and hybrid workers now make up a majority of the U.S. workforce. Both hiring managers and employees have rapidly adopted to this new normal, along with its benefits and challenges.

As a fully remote team since our founding, we’ve put together some tips to help you be a more effective remote team manager.

> Remote team setup part 1: Tools and technology

In this first installment of our 3-part series on remote work setup, TorchLight’s Chief Culture Officer, Julie Lowe, recommends tools and technology to help set up your team for success.

> Remote team setup part 2: Keeping your team connected

Keeping remote workers connected is fundamental to successful team performance. Part 2 of our series on remote work setup covers ways to keep teamwork and rapport going despite the distance.

> Remote team setup part 3: The role of trust

Trust is fundamental to successfully managing remote workers. Discover ways to support your employees and stay informed of their progress in part 3 of our remote work series.

> How to hire remote workers

How to hire remote workers (and hiring them remotely!) is actually not that different from your usual process. Here are a few things to keep in mind.

> What remote work means to our team

TorchLight’s fully remote team shares what remote work means to them and how it benefits their professional and personal lives.

> Navigating remote work during the pandemic

Learn compelling (and even surprising!) insights on productivity, communication, work-life balance and more from TorchLight’s 2020 study on remote work during COVID-19.