Meet Rebecca. After starting out as an account manager at Crossover, she was promoted to account management team lead and now directs efforts to spread the word about how Crossover can help businesses find the best tech talent. Rebecca is based in California and discovered Crossover through a friend at Stanford University, who gave us a shout-out on social media.
Meet William. He’s from Brazil and worked as a software engineer at Hewlett-Packard before joining Crossover. A former colleague at HP tipped him off about how different Crossover was from traditional office environments — no loud coworkers, no commute, the option to work from home or wherever else you like, plenty of interesting work for anyone who likes a good challenge. William was up for the challenge (and ready to ditch his office job!), so he applied and made it through the evaluation process for Crossover’s highest-level role: Java chief architect. Here, he gives you an insider’s perspective on working at Crossover and shares his best tips and tools for remote work.
As one of Crossover’s go-to graphic designers, Alexandru Darie has been with the company for almost a year, producing stellar content from his own office space in Iași, Romania. To find out more about how Alexandru juggles life and work as a contractor, we sat down with him and asked a few questions.
Whether you’re traveling for work or just for fun, it’s tricky to stay productive while working on the go. You never know whether you’ll have reliable internet or opportunities to charge your devices. Even the most seasoned productivity professionals struggle to keep things efficient while working and traveling. As remote workers and travel fanatics ourselves, we have put together four super-quick, super-easy tips to help you get things done. You’ll learn how to plan ahead, communicate quickly, access your files remotely, and more.