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's not a religion; you have to adapt to the specificities of the employees that you're going to hire," Plais told Business Insider.
Months of shelter-in-place orders have prompted both startups and big tech companies to consider downsizing their office spaces and making their remote-work policies permanent.
You can manage your time very very well," Plais told Business Insider in a Zoom interview.
After all, tech companies have spent years perfecting their office perks, which often become the stuff of legend.
'Remote's not a religion; you have to adapt to the specificities of the employees that you're going to hire," Plais told Business Insider.
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