Across all industries and company sizes, the last few years have proven incredibly challenging for building and maintaining internal teams and cultures. While some have struggled to adapt their models to remote work, Fluency embraced this “new normal,” expanding staff in size, strength, and spirit, despite the hiring headwinds.
In his latest article for Forbes Business Council, Fluency CEO and Founder Mike Lane addresses some of the key considerations that companies need to prioritize if they want to survive—as well as thrive—a remote-first recruiting and retention landscape.
“When you optimize your virtual culture from the inside out, you’ll attract better talent, keep the talent that makes your company awesome, and set higher industry expectations.”
- Mike Lane–Fluency CEO and Founder
“Virtual Culture: Why Remote Leaders Must Offer The Whole Package—And Then Some” Is the title of Mike's article, and you can find it here.