As the CEO of Alphas Remote Team, I’m accustomed to the challenges and advantages that the staff augmentation model in Latin America offers, especially for our partners in Spain.
In my experience, beyond technical capability, there are certain soft skills that should be prioritized when hiring someone to work in a remote environment.
Without the structure of a physical office, remote employees must be capable of effectively managing their time and tasks.
In a virtual setting, communication clarity is critical.
Those who can express their ideas and issues clearly and succinctly are a treasure in the remote model.
In a rapidly changing world, those who can adapt to new technologies, tools, and situations are invaluable.
We need professionals who take initiative, capable of approaching problems with determination, managing their time and resources efficiently, and executing their tasks with minimal or no supervision.
Working remotely can present unique challenges, and sometimes, the pressure can be high.
You need individuals who can handle stress well and quickly recover from difficulties.
Last but not least is collaboration.
Despite physical distance, your teams need to work closely together to succeed.
Look for individuals who are strong collaborators and can maintain a sense of teamwork, even in a virtual manner.
Remember, at Alphas Remote Technology, we believe in combining high performance and talent to accelerate your projects.
We look forward to assisting you with your next project!