Even if your new programmer works in-house, they won’t be productive from the moment they step into the office. You know that the first day normally means organizational hassle and filling the programmer in on the project and their role in it. When you hire remote developers, it’s even more complicated, because the project management is located away from the development center, and you are not there to control the onboarding process. Here is what you as the manager should do to make onboarding a smooth and time-effective process.
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So, you have set up your own software development team offshore. You have carefully selected the people, who have both the necessary skill set and the right personality for remote collaboration. You are making an extra effort to keep your remote developers motivated and involved in the life of your company - but their productivity is not quite at the level you expected. Here are a few tips to help you with that.
For businesses that hire developers offshore tracking the time is a must - and fortunately, they have all the means to do that effectively. Journals and spreadsheets are long gone, replaced by smart time tracking software with numerous handy features. Here are some of the best time tracking tools a team of offshore developers can use.