8 Characteristics of Fantastic Remote Company Cultures

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Corine Tan is cofounder of Kona, a Techstars-backed startup building the culture platform for remote teams. She is a remote work influencer. This article, based on interviews with 200 fully remote companies, was previously published on the Kona website.

A fantastic company culture used to mean luxurious office couches, grass-stained coworkers in company jerseys, and well-stocked dining halls. Now, these spaces are empty, replaced by the living room couch, pasta-stained toddlers, and a crowded kitchen. Most tech companies will continue to work remotely through the pandemic; giants like Twitter, Facebook, and Google have already announced plans to

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