Starting a new job remotely could become the new norm, with some surveys suggesting that two-thirds of companies expect employees to work from home long term.
Celonis’ new COO Arsenio Otero joined the tech unicorn from cloud computing giant Salesforce in the middle of the pandemic.
Otero shared his five tips on starting a new job remotely.
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Starting a new job can be stressful even in normal times. Joining a company without meeting your new colleagues in person or visiting the office makes the prospect even more daunting.
But, with two-thirds of companies set to be working for home for the foreseeable future, many of us will have to start new jobs remotely.
One person who knows what this is like is Aresnio Otero, the new COO of enterprise software firm Celonis.
He joined the $2.5 billion startup in the midst of the pandemic in May, to help grow it into the “next big IT company.”
Otero has plenty of experience in the computing space, having previously served as COO of Salesforce’s international business. Over the last 9 years he has helped Salesforce become a cloud computing giant with a market cap of …read more
Source:: Businessinsider – Strategy