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Amy Williams

Amy Williams

E-mail: amy.williams@remotemode.net

Amy Williams is an advanced programmer that has expertise in Python and Java. She originally worked as a Python developer for a number of different smaller companies, then moved to teaching as she felt it suited her character. Today, she has moved back into coding professionally while still splitting her time teaching. She is an expert at understanding the roles of different programmers and has a knack for placing specific people in the role that they thrive the most in. Williams is also gifted in explaining these roles to individuals in a way that is understandable to those who might not have much experience.

10 Best Practices For Remote Onboarding
April 02, 2022 Amy Williams

Remote work hasn’t been popular in the past, but today, the situation is different. The number of employees working remotely has significantly increased by 159% since 2005. After the outbreak of COVID-19, the trend became even stronger. Companies had to adjust and change their onboard practices to integrate new employees. Traditional onboard practices are focused […]

16 Executive Jobs to Work From Home
March 30, 2022 Amy Williams

It is no news that working from home is the new norm with almost every company and their workers. Since the Covid-19 pandemic, more and more companies are leaning towards remote work and releasing openings for remote executive jobs every day. When the standard with remote work started, it seemed as though it was limited […]

Remote Work Starter Kit
March 27, 2022 Amy Williams

Working from home is becoming increasingly common, which begs to ask: What do you need to work from home? At-home start-ups are a compelling alternative to a 9-to-5 desk job, and more companies are recruiting employees to work remotely. Nevertheless, it is not easy. The lack of schedule and continuity can be overwhelming. You may […]

How to Describe Remote Work Experience
March 24, 2022 Amy Williams

Straight faces, busy hands, and a stern atmosphere; nothing beats an interview setting when it comes to sending chills down your spine. The interviewer doesn’t seem friendly (not in every case, though). And even if you’ve mastered the art, there are certain questions you definitely cannot miss. If you’re taking the plunge, then you may […]

Stages of a Remote Job Interview Process
March 21, 2022 Amy Williams

With the new norm of working remotely comes learning how the hiring process or remote jobs interviews work and what they entail. Most of the remote interview processes are conducted online via telecommunications platforms. Employers are in recent times a lot more into hiring via the web as it ensures safety with their health concerns, […]

Learn What Remote Customer Service Is and Why It Is Becoming Popular
March 18, 2022 Amy Williams

Telecommuting is a flexible work arrangement that allows a person to work from a location other than the company’s headquarters. Thanks to the digital age, you can finish projects, connect with your team, and even lead without having to be in the same room or city. Many companies still operate on a 9-5, 40-hour workweek, […]

8 Helpful Remote Work Podcasts
March 15, 2022 Amy Williams

Once reality hits, it becomes pretty obvious that working from home may be just as productive as simply working – especially in this digital age. For one, the Covid-19 pandemic brought with it a need for workers across the globe to adapt to emerging (work) trends. And while they may be new, it wasn’t so […]

How to Write a Great Cover Letter for a Remote Job
March 12, 2022 Amy Williams

The world is slowly gravitating towards remote-jobs, especially in recent years. As an example, even people who haven’t worked remotely before are now considering making a shift to working with a remote company, especially post-covid. Unfortunately, you might not think you have any relevant skill or experience to work remotely, and highlighting these experiences is […]