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Kristian Köhntopp on Twitter: “The point being: If you work the other way around, and make Remote First work, if you read and follow @xahteiwi’s reasoning, then it is also really easy to make hybrid work.”

Posted by jpluimers on 2022/09/09

By now, it should be quite clear which companies who’s work is suitable for remote work, have adopted a Remote First plan, and taken the employees from the companies that do not have, or have a bad Remote First plan.

Succeeding in setting up an hybrid remote/local situation highly depends on your definition of hybrid, so the whole thread is relevant including these two:

Initiated by [Wayback/] Amazon will allow many employees to work remotely indefinitely | Hacker News and [Wayback/] Amazon will allow many employees to work remotely indefinitely | The Seattle Times

Basically hybrid you not only need to get Remote First done, but also ensure that Remote First does not give those any better or worse chance for promotion.


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