NoDesk: Issue #233
A weekly newsletter with the best new remote jobs, stories and ideas from the remote work community, and occasional offbeat pieces to feed your curiosity.
By Daniel (@nodeskco).
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iOS/Swift Developer at Lemon.io - Remote (Europe, South America)
Blockchain Developer at Lemon.io - Remote (Worldwide)
Web Developer (Student Mentor) at OpenClassrooms - Remote (Europe, UK)
Senior Full Stack Developer - 100% Remote at Profixy - Remote (Worldwide)
Remote Copywriter at Marker Content - Remote (Worldwide)
Home-based Human Resources Administrator at Amazon - Remote (Poland, Czech Republic, Slovakia, Germany, Romania, Spain)
Platform Engineer at Giant Swarm - Remote (Europe)
Account Manager at Salesbox - Remote (Worldwide)
Python Developer at Lemon.io - Remote (Worldwide)
Softwaretester:in - API und Frontendprodukte (German-Speaking) at GoHiring - Remote (Worldwide)
Growth Marketer at ACE Workflow - Remote (North America, UK, Europe)
Senior Full-Stack Developer at Commit - Remote (Canada)
Content Writer at ShoutVox - Remote (Worldwide)
Account Support Representative at Semaphore - Remote (Europe, South America)
Backend Engineer - Java at LeanIX - Remote (Germany)
Fullstack Engineer - Java & Angular at LeanIX - Remote (Germany)
Senior Frontend Engineer - Angular at LeanIX - Remote (Germany)
Finance Manager:in / Accountant (German-speaking) at GOhiring - Remote (Worldwide)
Sr. Technical Support Specialist I (Europe) at Poll Everywhere - Remote (Europe)
Senior Product Designer at Magic - Remote (US, Canada, North America)
Full-stack Developer (React/Node) at Lemon.io - Remote (Worldwide)
Blockchain Jobs / Cryptocurrency Jobs at Cryptocurrency Jobs - Remote (Worldwide)
Account Executive, Enterprise at Stripe - Remote (Germany)
Content Marketing Coordinator at iubenda - Remote (Worldwide)
Growth Marketer at Hopin - Remote (Americas (East))
Head of Small Business Inbound Sales at Gusto - Remote (US)
Senior Content Designer at 10up - Remote (Worldwide)
Account Based Marketing Manager, Strategic at Gong - Remote (US)
Account Manager at Hunter - Remote (Europe)
Enterprise Account Executive at Astronomer - Remote (US)
Product Designer (Flex) at Twilio - Remote (US)
Recruiter at ConvertKit - Remote (US)
Senior Account Executive at Lingo Live - Remote (Worldwide)
Customer Success Manager at Hypothesis - Remote (UTC-8 and UTC+2)
Customer Support Associate - Italian/German/French at Squarespace - Remote (Worldwide)
Email Marketing Campaign Manager at Udacity - Remote (US)
Growth & Product Analyst at Flipboard - Remote (Canada, US)
Manager, Public Relations at Magic Leap - Remote (US)
Relationship Manager, WordPress VIP (APAC) at Automattic - Remote (Worldwide)
Support Engineer, EMEA at GitLab - Remote (EMEA)
Customer Success Manager - Australia at GitHub - Remote (Australia)
CX Program Manager at Dropbox - Remote (Ireland)
Director, People Operations at Mozilla - Remote (US)
Growth Marketer at Inside - Remote (Canada, US)
Part-time Copy Editor at Axios - Remote (US)
Product Designer at vidIQ - Remote (Worldwide)
Data Scientist - Product at Figma - Remote (US)
Director of Product Marketing at 6sense - Remote (US)
Senior Financial Analyst at RStudio - Remote (US)
Creative Director, Marcoms & GTM at Clearbit - Remote (US)
Product Manager at FormAssembly - Remote (US)
Senior Revenue Accounting at 8x8 - Remote (US)
Support Manager at Loom - Remote (Canada, US)
Backend Engineer at Timeular - Remote (Worldwide)
Creative Director at CircleCI - Remote (US)
Customer Success Representative at RStudio - Remote (US)
Director, Product Partnerships at Mozilla - Remote (US)
Product Manager at Thorn - Remote (US)
UX Design Manager at 6sense - Remote (US)
Hand-picked articles, stories and ideas from the remote work community and beyond.
The office isn’t dead, but if you don’t trust your employees to work remotely your company might very well be.
Michael Dell | LinkedIn
But from my experience, if you are counting on forced hours spent in a traditional office to create collaboration and provide a feeling of belonging within your organization, you’re doing it wrong.
Allison Shapira | Harvard Business Review
After two years of hastily throwing a business jacket over a T-shirt and sweatpants while letting people into our homes during the Covid-19 pandemic, our tolerance for conformity — and discomfort — has changed.
Does anybody manage a fully remote team of employees? Is there anything you should watch out for or avoid?
Matsuev | Reddit
I work at a startup and two weeks ago, I got promoted to be one of the youngest product managers in my company.
Thing is, I’m running into a lot of hurdles.
Nilesh Kavthekar | Workonomics
Whatever the story is with quiet quitting, the levels of actively disengaged workers (getting into rage quitting territory) have been steadily on the rise since 2019.
Whenever people ask me for advice on career growth, I share what has worked reasonably well for me: find a growth company, one that really needs you to get work done, and then tackle the unpleasant work that everyone avoids.
T. Sar | The Workplace
A hyper-productive, stellar employee doesn’t have enough tasks to do and is getting worried that this might mean he is about to be fired. He wants to work more, but we simply don’t have enough work to keep him busy all the time.
The trend toward “remote work” jobs for white collar workers who expect big $ is just going to accelerate outsourcing their jobs to other countries.
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