Working remotely isn’t for everyone. It can significantly slow down progress when you have to navigate time differences, communication costs, blah blah blah, you name it.
But at Polarr, we’re loving it.
Right now, we have five remote contributors—two full time and three part-time. Five is actually a pretty large number for a startup like us, considering we have just five full-timers and three part-timers in total.
Because we love our remote team so much, we wanted to share some tips for building your own distributed team.
Here are some of the things you should do.