I think about remote communication a lot. I work on a remote team that has 25+ people, and it’s growing. And, we’re starting to span time zones. I told Devin and Abby I’d share some Slacker tips, so here goes.
Our team has doubled in size over the last year, which means keeping track of our team’s communication is starting to become unwieldy. All of the skills I’ve learned over the last two years on how to communicate remotely is being put to the test.
When Matt told me he was thinking about working remotely, I realized that I had to write this post for him, because working remotely can be a tough adjustment for hyper-social weirdos like us.
This is a really bittersweet blog post for me because I’m leaving America’s Test Kitchen and moving on. It really was a dream job, where I got to write, talk and think about food all day long. I got to create an entire department and work with incredible colleagues. I met and made friends with inspiring food bloggers all across North America.
I’m back in Seattle after a 10-year hiatus! I’m absolutely thrilled to be here, mostly because I’m going to a food blogger conference, and working with bloggers is the best part of my job. So in honor of this week’s event, here’s a little recap of the various blogger projects we’ve done at America’s Test Kitchen.