How one startup keeps employees in 3 time zones on the same page

· Fortune · Anne Fisher

Collaboration among remote employees is always tricky, but it’s especially tough when a company is growing fast in places that are far apart. “You almost have to over-communicate,” says Humphrey. “One of the problems is that, when people don’t see other people working, they start to make negative assumptions. They start thinking, ‘What is that other team doing? Probably not much.'”

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