As if starting a new job wasn’t already daunting enough, you may now be faced with the challenge of starting a new job remotely, without ever meeting your colleagues in person. Our founder, Lawrese Brown talks to The Muse about determining company culture in a remote work environment.
Brown says, “In an in-person meeting, you’ll often get a clue into the company’s culture by observing the way in which people ask questions or how managers solicit feedback in a group setting. Without the typical IRL clues, you’ll need to readjust your strategy for getting a feel for your company’s less tangible innerworkings.”
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