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[LinkedIn Post] Building trust remotely

Working remote at profiq

Trust is not always top of mind. But when trust is missing, you know it immediately. In software development, it is not uncommon to work with distributed teams and deeply embedded contract developers who are located in different cities or even in other countries. So how do you create trust across different geographical locations, time zones, and cultures?

profiq co-founder and CEO Gabor Puhalla shares his advice about how to build trust, especially within remote working relationships. Read the full article on LinkeIn to explore in greater depth how trust comes through the transparency of your communication, through holding to your commitments, through productivity, and through alignment of expectations, just to name a few.

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