We are a team of remote workers who believe in individual responsibility and in the advantages of remote work. Flexible working hours give us the opportunity to work when it’s most suitable, and in places that stimulate our productivity and creativity.
We believe that our “mobile mind” encourages more freedom and less bureaucracy, which leads to less time wasted taking decisions and allows faster results.
All our team members have strong communication skills and know how to listen and work together to get the best results. We use digital in a smarter way. That means being agile and producing work that makes a difference.
Our Culture and Values
Honesty is one of the pillars of our business and work culture. We also praise freedom. Freedom to be wherever we want, and to work when we know we will be more productive, not when we’re told to do so.
We are curious individuals, self-motivated and self-learners, but who also love to learn with each other. We try to be as open-minded as possible with all ideas and try to be critical thinkers. Above all, we like to work smart.
Why We Support Remote Work
For most of the twentieth century, part of “being human” meant people travelling to and from workplaces each day. But in this century, remote work can flip the fundamental nature of when, where, and how we work. Similarly, “work” in this century is what people do, not where they do it from.
Benefits of Remote Work:
1. For the worker
- More free time (no time would be wasted commuting and, when workload is low and they are not needed, they won’t have the obligation to be sitting at an office);
- Flexibility (working at the most convenient and productive time so they can take better care of other personal matters such as children or elders in their families);
- Saving money (not having to commute and cooking at home);
- Overall higher quality of life (less stress from not commuting, can suit the environment to their needs making every task easier).
2. For the employer:
- Real estate cost savings (businesses need fewer offices and maintenance costs, and less office equipment to purchase and maintain);
- More productivity (fewer distractions or interruptions from colleagues, quieter work environment, less time spent commuting to and from work and less commute-related stress, fewer meetings, a more comfortable office environment, etc.);
- Less recruitment related tasks through a higher retention rate (remote work brings opportunity to those who, for a variety of reasons, cannot participate in traditional work environments, like caregivers, people with disabilities and health issues and people living in rural or economically depressed areas);
- Ability to grow, scale, and stay agile (remote work makes it possible for a new company to grow and add staff faster than if it had to hire in-office staff);
- No geographic limitations (by hiring people to work remotely, companies extend their talent pools far beyond geographic limitations, tapping into highly-skilled talent that may live miles away).
3. For the community and society:
- Reducing unemployment in economically depressed/underdeveloped areas;
- Improving gender equality, and cultural and social benefits;
- Mitigating global traffic issues by reducing the number of commuters;
- Environmental impacts (remote work means fewer people commuting to and from work, which leads to lower carbon emissions; and when people work remotely, organizations need less office space, lowering the environmental impact of constructing new buildings, maintaining old ones, and heating or cooling those spaces).
A globalized world requires a globalized labour market, which means that in the coming years the need of solutions like remote work will only be higher.