Companies That Care

The Remote Work Round-Up - May 25, 2017

The Remote Work Round-Up - May 25, 2017

The most common misconception, as related to remote work, is that employees who work from home tend to laze about, exhibit less productivity and slows business down. However, the reality is quite the opposite.

There are many reasons why a business may benefit by utilizing remote workers, including (but certainly not limited to):

  • Increased productivity
  • Increased employee job satisfaction
  • Increased employee retention
  • Increase in talent pool for open positions
  • Lower overhead cost

If you're vying for remote work and your current place of employment won't allow it, try arming yourself with the arguments above and some correlating data. But if that doesn't do the trick, try applying for one of the remote positions below with a company that cares about women today.

Apple - WW Accessories Channel Development Manager

Gitlab - Senior Backend Developer, CI/CD Pipelines

Gitlab - Security Specialist 

Gitlab - Production Engineer

Gitlab - Product Manager

Gitlab - Director of Security

Gitlab - Director of Infrastructure

Karat, Inc. - Expert Technical Interviewer

L3 Technologies - Supplier Quality Engineer (Bay Area Regional Field Supplier Engineer)

L3 Technologies - Supplier Quality Engineer (New York/New Jersey Regional Field Supplier Engineer)

Twilio - Solutions Architect

Wellthy, Inc. - Virtual Care Coordinator

Zapier, Inc. - Data Engineer

Zapier, Inc. - Customer Storyteller

Zapier, Inc. - Growth Product Manager

Zapier, Inc. - Infrastructure Engineer

You may also like View more articles
Open jobs See all jobs
Join the engineering team at uShip

Join the engineering team at uShip

The engineering team at uShip keeps growing! Watch the video to the end to learn everything about it.

Read MoreShow less
Photo of Relativity's Laura Adkins, senior manager of enablement, with quote saying, "Advocate for your needs when changes happen in the business. Try to think of ways you can understand and prepare yourself and your teammates for that change."

Why you should embrace enablement to create bigger impact

Insight from Relativity’s Laura Adkins

For Laura Adkins, senior manager of enablement at Relativity, enablement is about creating clarity in the face of change.

“For example, say your company is releasing a new product,” she says. “What does the Support team need to know to be able to answer questions from customers for that new product? What systems do the Sales and Success organization need to be able to adapt to the update? Do they have the information that they need available in their systems and part of their processes?”

Read MoreShow less
Photo of PagerDuty's Hadijah Creary, senior product marketing manager, with quote saying, "Throughout different positions with PagerDuty, I’ve worked closely with people who I could tell were truly invested in me and my future."

PagerDuty’s Hadijah Creary shares her lessons on career growth

From personal branding to the power of community

“I have to say that my career was not a straight path,” Hadijah Creary tells us with a grin. “I never saw myself ending up where I am today.”

After teaching English in Tokyo, Hadijah was set on forging a career in the publishing industry. She then stumbled into event marketing, intrigued by the backend coordination of events, which led to dipping her toes in events for technology companies. Fast forward a few years, and Hadijah is now a senior product marketing manager at PagerDuty.

Read MoreShow less