Head of Talent @ Omnipresent
Co-Founder & CEO @ Lundi
Many startups moved to remote working as a necessity during the pandemic — but now that employees have had a taste of flexibility, they want more. Building a remote and digital nomad-friendly business is no easy feat, but it can give startups a competitive edge in a tight talent market and help set up the infrastructure to launch as a global-first business. So how do you get it right? This Sifted Talks will dive into the building blocks of a truly global office.
We'll be discussing:
- Overcoming office FOMO: How should startups onboard their first global hire? What measures can HR implement to avoid an us vs them dynamic between office and remote workers?
- Levelling the playing field: What does progression look like for remote workers? How can startups ensure they’re compensating global talent fairly?
- The digital nomad dream: What’s it really like to employ a digital nomad? How can founders ensure location flexibility doesn’t stunt productivity?