Can we help you navigate the move to remote work?
While working remotely has become increasingly common in recent years, the past few weeks have seen D/OOH companies adjust to the realities of a distributed workforce at a whole new scale.
Here at Signkick, it’s not lost on us how lucky we are. As a technology company very used to this way of working, our team continues business as usual. We’re building connections and helping media owners automate and streamline their operations. Projects that, we understand, for our customers will be more important than ever in the coming months.
Our philosophy for remote work is a balance between trust in our employees, constant communication and using the right tools to ensure a frictionless technology experience.
But we know it’s easier said than done, especially when you’ve had no warning and very little time to prepare. So if you need a helping hand in making the transition to remote work, get in touch. Whether that’s assistance moving to a cloud-based way of working, a lesson on how to use Zoom, or just someone other than your cat to chat to, we’re only a phone call/email/Slack away.
In the meantime, here are a few things from around the internet to keep your team moving forward (and sane).
Zoom have a bunch of great resources for using their system to adapt your way of working.
And, importantly, here’s the app you need to transform into a potato for Virtual Friday Drinks.
Hubspot’s tips for working from home are better than most.
David Walliams is reading a new story each day at 11am, ideal for keeping kids occupied while you work.
Atlassian have four research-backed (and easy!) ways for improving work productivity
Want something to look forward to this weekend? The Guardian have pulled together a list of gigs, theatre, comedy and exercise classes you can watch free from your living room.
And if it’s all getting too much Headspace has released new meditations that are free for everyone.
If there’s anything we can do to help, you know where to find us.
Stay safe and stay home.