The software developer role is among the top 5 remote-oriented jobs in the world. After the pandemic, 92% of people expect to work at least 1 day per week from home, and 80% expect to work at least 3 days from home. Accordingly, fostering an environment and working conditions for software engineers to work remotely is inevitable. In fact, 75% of engineers want to work remotely, primary reasons being the lack of an annoying commute and a better work-life balance .

If companies fail to create an effective remote working environment, their developers will eventually find another employer who can meet their needs to work remotely effectively.

This article will give you top tips for managing remote software teams, so you can adjust and improve your hiring, communication, and your team's collective output

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