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“Going virtual allowed this Curalate alum-founded startup to join Y Combinator's summer cohort - Technical.ly” plus 1 more

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“Going virtual allowed this Curalate alum-founded startup to join Y Combinator's summer cohort - Technical.ly” plus 1 moreGoing virtual allowed this Curalate alum-founded startup to join Y Combinator's summer cohort - Technical.lyPosted: 30 Jul 2020 08:01 AM PDT SaaS startup Reflect, cofounded by Curalate alumni Todd McNeal and Fitz Nowlan, is a member of Y Combinator'ssummer 2020 cohort. But thanks to some extremely 2020 circumstances, the Villanova company didn't need to travel to Silicon Valley to participate in the famed accelerator that's propelled the likes of Instacart, AirBnB, Doordash and Dropbox.NcNeal and Nowlan launched Reflect, which makes a tool that automates website and web application testing, in the fall. They've spent the last several months building the product, but realized it was time to start building a business, McNeal told Technical.ly.Reflect is now about halfway through the 12-week program. Both McNeal and Nowlan — who both p…

Work from home: More companies are letting new hires work anywhere permanently amid COVID-19 pandemic - USA TODAY

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Work from home: More companies are letting new hires work anywhere permanently amid COVID-19 pandemic - USA TODAYWork from home: More companies are letting new hires work anywhere permanently amid COVID-19 pandemic - USA TODAYVolunteers help ND immigrant businesses during pandemic | News, Sports, Jobs - Minot Daily NewsWalmart US eliminating corporate jobs in Northwest Arkansas, West Coast - talkbusiness.netWork from home: More companies are letting new hires work anywhere permanently amid COVID-19 pandemic - USA TODAYPosted: 21 Jul 2020 12:00 AM PDTCLOSE As companies around the nation deal with coronavirus, some are letting folks work from home. Buzz60 Rasha Uthman was hunting for a public relations job that let her work from her parents' South Miami home as they struggled with family health issues, but few, if any, local companies in her field were open to telecommuting.  Insivia, a Cleveland-based consulting and marketing firm for the technology industry, was willing to hire a PR…

Remote Work Isn’t Working? Maybe Your Company Is Doing It Wrong - The New York Times

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Remote Work Isn’t Working? Maybe Your Company Is Doing It Wrong - The New York TimesRemote Work Isn’t Working? Maybe Your Company Is Doing It Wrong - The New York TimesWhy WFH Isn't Necessarily Good for Women - Harvard Business ReviewWhere to Find Clients for Remote Work - South Florida ReporterRemote Work Isn’t Working? Maybe Your Company Is Doing It Wrong - The New York TimesPosted: 31 Jul 2020 02:00 AM PDT As the pandemic stretches on, some companies are souring on remote work. Maybe that's because they're not doing it right.White-collar offices that have carried over the same conventions from the physical office have realized they don't work well, executives and researchers say.Companies that have changed the ways they work have had more success — and in some cases, discovered new routines that they want to continue when they return to offices. These companies have a few things in common:They have fewer meetings that are long or large or back-to-back. They desi…

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