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On this page, we're curating a list of resources for remote professionals, teams, and organizations.
Resources on GitLab's all-remote approach
Blogs from GitLab team members
Videos, podcasts, interviews, presentations
Threads and conversations
Resources on remote work
Surveys and data
Videos, interviews, presentations
Threads and conversations
a list of the tools we use internally at GitLab, with details on how we use them. Organizations for traveling remote work
Guides for remote work
Remote company aggregation sites
Job boards for remote employees
list of 60 remote jobs sites in 2019, including: Remote work conferences, summits and events
Organizations leading the way
InVision, see their posts about remote-only motivations, building company culture, and what remote work feels like.
Buffer, see their posts about going remote only, the benefits, and how they make it work.
Automattic, the company behind WordPress.com and The year without pants fame
GitLab, this website is hosted by GitLab, everyone is welcome to contribute to this page, and also check out our handbook for remote work practices.
Zapier, wrote a book on remote work, is 100% remote.
Close.io, see their jobs page and blog post about remote culture.
Groove, see their blog on being a remote team.
Anybox, see their feedback (in french) Télétravail généralisé, notre retour d'expérience.
Screenly, this is how they work.
Soshace, see their jobs page.
Innolitics, see their handbook which describes how they work remotely.
HiringThing, see their post about what it is like to work remote-only.
Scrapinghub, who turns websites into data. See their about us page, open positions, and blog.
Toptal, see their Benefits: "Fully Remote, No offices, no useless meetings, no mandatory hours. You’re recognized for what you do, not your time in a chair", also see FAQ: "Where do Toptal experts work?".
Sonatype, blog article on remote work at Sonatype.
Podia, a remote-only company, see their founder's Tweetstorm
Knack, a remote-only company, see why they work remotely.
Doist, makers of Todist and Twist. Here's how they make remote work happen.
Discourse, see Coding Horror's "We hire the best, just like everyone else"
Aha!, see their blog about remote work.
Articulate, see their company page for how they work.
Infinity Interactive, see their benefits page for their embrace of remote working.
Altcoin Fantasy, see their tips on hiring and retaining performant remote workers for an early startup.
Nozbe, see what they do, how they work and what are Nozbe’s values.
Duck Duck Go, see their "Work Whenever, Wherever" Careers page, also see Making Remote Work: Ask DuckDuckGo About Being A Digital Nomad Q&A.
FormAssembly, see their jobs page. Also see their blog post: "[Infographic] Benefits of Working Remotely".
Gruntwork: see how they built a distributed, self-funded, family-friendly, profitable startup.
Idea To Startup, see their join page: . "2. Work From Anyplace. It doesn't matter whether you live" …. "You can work from anyplace"
SoftwareMill, see their pros&cons of remote work post & others
Pangian "Top talent working remotely. Worldwide", see their about page "The fastest-growing remote talent network. Worldwide".
Winding Tree, Decentralized Travel Ecosystem built by decentralized team.
easyDNS, see why they decided to go all-remote.
TaxJar, read their blog about building a remote-only culture, their benefits, core values, and hear what employees say about working there. Remote-first companies
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