TRS 025: How To Be A Top Remote Talent with Gino Ferrand

TRS 025: How To Be A Top Remote Talent with Gino Ferrand

On today’s episode I am joined by Gino Ferrand, the founder and CEO of Tecla, an online marketplace for remote jobs that works with small and medium sized businesses to help them find top remote talent based in the US, Canada, and Latin America.

During the podcast we got to talk about what made Gino start the company and why it transitioned into remote staffing, the most important skillsets that people need to have to be an attractive hire for companies, and what you need to know as a company in order to hire and manage a remote team successfully.

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What You’ll Learn

  • Why Gino started his company Tecla
  • How Tecla transitioned from an agency to a remote job marketplace
  • What makes Tecla different and how they help companies find remote workers
  • How companies feel about talent from other parts of the world
  • The most important skill sets people need to have to be hired in a remote position
  • Why Tecla focuses on finding tech talent for remote positions
  • How companies can continue having a strong company culture when remote
  • The top tips you need to know to hire remote talent successfully
  • Why trial periods when making new hires isn’t the best decision
  • How to be an attractive remote talent
  • Are time zone differences important to the hiring process?
  • Gino’s personal experience running a remote company
  • The top benefits of working remotely in Gino’s opinion

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