You may know of remote work in a few different ways, let’s cover them.
Okay, so not only is it difficult to hire remote employees but it’s even harder to onboard them. Ideally, if your company can afford it it’s substantially easier to have an offsite to onboard the new hire in person but that’s not super realistic and never expected.
Ever since I’ve started to work remote or work from home I’ve felt the feeling of lonely almost consistently.
I’ll be covering 2 big topics to help you find and land your next Remote Engineering role.
Rock climbing, it’s taught me a thing or two.
We’re back with another Weekly Digest, #4 that is! Crazy, we are already at 4.
Another Weekly Digest, #3 this time. As usual, you’ll find a few jobs for you to peek at, product of the week and my biggest learning from this week.
I’m starting a Weekly Digest! What does that mean? I’ll be summarizing few jobs for you to peek at, product of the week and my biggest learning from this week.
I’m if you’re reading this you have heard of a mentor, you have a mentor or you’re interest was peaked about this whole mentor thing.
I’ve received 1:1 messages from engineers asking if they can go into our project management tool and enter in a task. Of course, I say “yes”…
For new and more seasoned Product Managers it’s never too late to join PM communities to network and to mentor.
Feeling uninspired? These are our top 3 podcasts for entrepreneurs to get back in the groove after a funk.
I don’t know about you, but sitting in front of 4 women speak about their experiences and advice on how they got into tech is my cup of tea.