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" ... It’s also important to consider what’s best for your unique workforce and not treat your entire employee population the same. From working around time zones to supporting workers who are balancing child care or have essential workers in their home, you may be able to create pods that communicate during untraditional hours or who use a tech interface for their workflow. ... "
" ... Scott Silven: Normal sleep, maybe. I’m working across time zones. Since we’re right now we're in LA, that’s eight hours behind Scotland. So I sleep all day and wake up at 6:00 PM Scottish time. I haven’t seen daylight for the past few weeks. But I think that adds to the mystery. In terms of the future for the show, we're going to be touring it for the foreseeable future, but I also think there's an interesting future for having both an online audience and a live audience interacting in the same space together. It’s one of the benefits of the pandemic, actually. I think we’re finding new forms of creative expressions for how audiences engage with experience, and as long as the audience is willing, I’m happy and eager to experiment. ... "
" ... Time zone differences also impact communication, so consider those as well. The ideal destination should allow for effective communication between teams, regardless of the differences in time zones. ... "
" ... While some would have remained in their comfort zones, Parwez has continued to push the envelope, as a musician, video director and an animator. A cerebral, humble and hardworking artiste, Parwez’s purpose lies solely in the art of creating things that are not only beautiful, exciting and impactful – but also work which resonates with his audience. ... "
" ... Yet, like most things in our lives, this flexibility and efficiency come at a price. As part of my work at YouTeam, I surveyed leaders of over a hundred remote teams in the last 12 months. One of the questions I asked was, "What is the biggest pain point in having a remote team?" The answer that most frequently appeared was not time zones or international payroll, as one may expect. It was "the lack of human connection between employees." Nine out of 10 managers I spoke to named this issue among the top pain points for their business. ... "