What Not to Do When Implementing an All-Remote Policy

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For more like this, we also suggest reading our Summary: GitLab’s Remote Playbook for an abridged version of Gitlab’s remote work strategies


Due to global issues concerning Coronavirus (COVID-19), rising rents in concentrated urban areas, and the ongoing battle amongst organizations for recruiting and retaining top talent, there has been a noted shift in appetite for working remotely. Companies which were previously against remote work are suddenly considering remote, or implementing remote, with varying degrees of intentionality.

The reality is that almost every company is already a remote company.

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