Thanks to the internet, nothing is remote. Shapeless, formless, sometimes delightful and sometimes frightening, the internet has collapsed physical barriers and made it incredibly easy to connect across once-insurmountable distances. You can send a document (or millions) from London to Lahore in seconds, as though borders, customs, and time zones didn’t exist. You can read this blog from an airplane over Brazil or during a work break in Tokyo. And, thanks to cloud-based eDiscovery software like Logikcull, you can review documents, create productions, and collaborate on discovery from your office, your bed, or the beach.
Today, the world might not be flat, but it’s certainly more connected than ever before. And that’s allowed more and more of the workforce to leave the traditional workplace behind. Whether working from home full time or taking your laptop to a coworking space for a change of scenery, all many of us need to be productive is an internet connection and power source.
It’s no wonder, then, that almost half of the American workforce works remotely at least some of the time, according to a 2017 Gallop survey. And though remote work can bring significant benefits to employers, much of the pressure for remote-friendly work comes from employees. “Employees are pushing companies to break down the long-established structures and policies that traditionally have influenced their workdays,” Gallop explains.
And in addition to the increased flexibility remote work offers, it also has the benefit of reducing gender disparities and increasing opportunities for talented workers located outside industry centers like New York or San Francisco.
So, which companies make it easiest to work remotely? You’re looking at one.
Logikcull was recently listed as one of the best remote companies by PowerToFly, the job search platform focused on promoting gender diversity and inclusion in recruitment.
Logikcull, and the 13 other companies named, stood out for offering the flexibility of remote work without skimping on professional development, compensation, or benefits. Other companies on the list included Intuit, Zapier, Dell, and MasterCard.
Here’s why Logikcull stood out to PowerToFly:
They've fully embraced a remote-work culture and their development team is located across the US, UK, and Canada. Plus, they offer:
If that sounds appealing to you, we’re currently hiring for over 20 roles, from engineers to content marketers. We’d love to have you join us—here in San Francisco, or remotely.