In Silicon Valley, startups are always competing for top talent, technical or otherwise. But just because the industry heavyweights already have most of them hired, doesn't mean the new guys can't have their share of their own "rockstars."
Rockstars, ninjas, wizards, and gurus... regardless of how you feel about using these titles to describe a star employee, you know exactly who these guys are. They’re the elusive hires that are A) expensive, and B) out of reach for most non-unicorn startups.
At Bolton Remote, we help companies find remote staff who get things done. We also love helping these companies manage their remote workers better. We love sharing great tools we’ve proven to help with management, productivity, and processes.
In today’s feature, we talk about Process Street, a simple tool for process and workflow management.
Time management is of the essence when it comes to boosting employee productivity. We know that billed time is not only lost on mindless web browsing, social media checks, and other obvious distractions. Sometimes, they’re caused by disorganization. In fact, according to a survey done by AtTask and Harris Interactive, 36% of surveyed employees say their biggest time waster is lack of process.
We like how remote teams help scaling startups overcome challenges that come with growth. Here you'll find useful information about how you can manage your remote team effectively. In this post, we’ve compiled important remote employee morale tools for your startup.
Your business can reach its goals faster and grow better when you have quality talent sticking around for the long run.
Business owners have different ways of retaining talent, but we find raising employee morale particularly effective. Raising morale can be as simple as recognizing your team’s accomplishments and offering a few perks to keep them happy and motivated.
People either love or hate remote work. You’ll hear stories of both success and failure with hiring remote teams, starting with companies growing from 5 to 1000 employees in a couple of months to seemingly promising businesses that fold amid their solid remote team setups.