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This tech startup founder drew few job applicants for work at his Paris office, but he reaped a deluge of quality candidates after switching to a remote work plan in 2016. See his best tips for going remote now.
Platform.sh CEO Fred Plais decided to run his startup remotely back in 2016, to help recruit enough employees to turbocharge the company's growth.
The gambit succeeded: Platform.sh went from struggling to find enough candidates to receiving thousands of applications, allowing the startup to pick the top 0.6% applicants to fill just 80 positions at the startup.
As startup founders debate giving up their office leases permanently, Plais cautions founders to weigh the benefits of going remote...
Commentary: Companies should examine remote work policies in light of coronavirus and determine if it makes sense to have an office.