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(The English version follows)

今年的疫情迫使很多公司开始远程办公,其实,不少公司在疫情之前就开始远程办公。比如 GitLab 是一家与 GitHub 齐名的公司,他们也是目前最大的远程公司(比 WordPress 的母公司 Automattic 还大)。Fast Company 最近撰文 How GitLab is transforming the future of remote work 介绍了 GitLab 的远程工作机制:

  • At GitLab, meetings, memos, notes, and more are available to everyone within the company—and, for the most part, to everyone outside of it, too.
  • Reeder’s first issue was a more-than–100-step-long to-do list of onboarding tasks, covering everything from the logistical (setting up two-factor authentication) to the social (reaching out to a random coworker and scheduling a “coffee chat”).
  • Employees are expected to spend their first two weeks checking off each item on this list before beginning their actual work.
  • Employees are encouraged to document virtually everything. Because of GitLab’s asynchronous work style, meetings are optional.
  • Notes and memos for all but the most closely guarded product-development plans are posted online for employees—and others—to view.
  • These norms and procedures are recorded in the company’s handbook, which covers nearly every facet of the company’s business model and philosophy.

这篇文章非常有启发性。不知道大家是如何在远程工作中保持生产力的?

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The pandemic has forced many companies to start working remotely, and in fact, quite a few of them started working remotely before the pandemic. GitLab, for example, is a company that goes along with GitHub, and they’re also the largest remote company (bigger than WordPress’ parent company, Automattic). Fast Company recently wrote an article [How GitLab is transforming the future of remote work](https://www.fastcompany.com/90548691/extremely-transparent-and-incredibly-remote-gitlabs-radical-vision-for-the- future-of-work) to introduce GitLab’s remote work mechanism.

  • At GitLab, meetings, memos, notes, and more are available to everyone within the company—and, for the most part, to everyone outside of it, too.
  • Reeder’s first issue was a more-than–100-step-long to-do list of onboarding tasks, covering everything from the logistical (setting up two-factor authentication) to the social (reaching out to a random coworker and scheduling a “coffee chat”).
  • Employees are expected to spend their first two weeks checking off each item on this list before beginning their actual work.
  • Employees are encouraged to document virtually everything. Because of GitLab’s asynchronous work style, meetings are optional.
  • Notes and memos for all but the most closely guarded product-development plans are posted online for employees—and others—to view.
  • These norms and procedures are recorded in the company’s handbook, which covers nearly every facet of the company’s business model and philosophy.

This is a very enlightening article. How do you stay productive working remotely?

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