• Jess EddyJess Eddy, 2 years ago

    That's one solution! Another one is to ask people to adapt their schedules or even working hours a bit so that people dependant on one another are able to communicate with each other for a few hours every day.

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    • GOOD LUCKGOOD LUCK, 2 years ago

      Totally agree with Jess. I work remotely since 2012, each time adjusting to the timezone of my employer. Last 4 years the difference is 2h only, which is easy. But I also spend 2 years with 7h gap :) which was a pain sometimes (considering a family schedule, kids etc.). But overall, the most important thing is communication, I would say overcommunicate every time, and everything will be ok.

      Peace and good luck!

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