On this page, we're curating a list of resources for remote professionals, teams, and organizations.
Looking for GitLab's library of guides to working remotely? Those are here.
Here's a list of the tools we use internally at GitLab, with details on how we use them.
Elaine Z., investor at SignalFire, compiled an excellent summary of tools for remote teams to consider. Others are shared below.
Remote work enables individuals and teams to create and contribute in places other than a home or conventional office. Many are familiar with WeWork and Regus, where a desk or office is available to rent. Post-COVID, leaders are recognizing the need to support the third space — a workplace that isn't one's home, and isn't an office.
Some organizations (like GitLab) provide stipends or reimbursement as a matter of inclusivity and productivity. Not every home is amenable to remote work, and not everyone is comfortable working in a traditional office. These communal workspaces provide the energy and camaraderie of working in-person as a group, with the flexibility of being near one's home (and in turn, avoiding a commute).
At GitLab, we recognize that the whole idea of all-remote organizations is still quite new, and can only be successful with active participation from the whole community. Here's how you can participate:
Return to the main all-remote page.