Reading Time: 5 Minutes ReadAs I write this article (March 2020), there is a huge possible epidemic going on across the globe. When the global spread of a new type of coronavirus started a few months ago, many companies decided to introduce remote work and home offices. However, in a team where there is no solid remote culture, introducing this new measure out of the blue can do more harm than good. Let’s look at a few tips on how you can make remote work work. Ever since Aliz expanded and opened an office first in Singapore and then in Munich, remote work has been a natural part of our company culture. Our team is spread out all over the world. We have people working in Singapore, in Jakarta, in Bali, in Germany, and we have our headquarters in Budapest, Hungary. Our management team and our engineers regularly travel to our clients. This means that some of our meetings can only be held online, and sometimes we have people from up to six different locations on one call.