<aside> 💫 Welcome to Remote's public handbook! This section of our handbook is publicly available to support all our internal employees, other remote first companies or candidates wondering what it's like to work at Remote. We are continuously adding new content, but if there is something you can't find here, don't hesitate to reach out to people@remote.com to see if we can add an additional topic or advocate for an additional public page. Hope you enjoy reading this as much as we like being transparent about it! 🙂

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<aside> 🌐 Remote is a global company, we do not have an office anywhere in the world. We are also not a corporate or traditional company whatsoever, we are a modern tech and product tech company with a people first approach. We have operationalised our Values and we use these in everything we do day to day. Find out more and look at all our pages in this handbook.

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<aside> 💡 Note, this handbook is public. Do not add any personal or confidential information to it.

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<aside> ❗ This handbook applies to internal employees of Remote. If you're employed through Remote by one of our amazing clients, you should follow what is in your contract and what your actual employer directs you to do.

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Fundamentals

Values

Communication

Expectations

Working Async at Remote

How to run a meeting

Remote's Glossary

External communication

Culture of Documentation

Sharing information

Timezones

Bad ideas and problems

People

[people] Belonging: Diversity, Equity & Inclusion (DEI)

[people] Benefits & perks

[people] Career paths blueprint

[people] Hiring

[people] FAQs for candidates and new hires

[people] Onboarding Buddies

[people] Performance reviews & feedback

[people] Personal time off

[people] Recruiting Alignment

[people] Resources for People Leaders

[people] Country Specific Supplemental Benefits

[people] Total Rewards

[people] Candidate Experience Surveys

Legal and Compliance

Other

A better remote work setup

Prototype Project

Remote HQ

Marketing

Elevator pitch