Remote Studio

Land+Shelter has always allowed for remote work, but since March 2020, it's been happening at a different scale. At first I thought the architecture studio would be lost without pin-up walls and shared office space. But it’s actually been working well, and it’s been eye opening. It got me thinking about an essential HR challenge that we’ve faced over the years: finding local talent. Could remote employees be the answer?   I’m drawing the conclusion that folks need to be creative when hiring in this rural, expensive valley. So I made an adjustment to my mindset and recently published an [...]

November 2, 2020|
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