In-house Virtual Team


Our In-house virtual team is formed from different time zones. Each member does work independently, but the work produced by each member is a continuation of the previous member. For example, the UK’s customer support teams finish their shift while support teams in Asia start their shift and continue working to maintain progress.

 

We have found that successful virtual team players have a few things in common: good communication skills, high emotional intelligence, and ability to work independently, and the resilience to recover from the snafus that inevitably arise.

 

One of the significant upsides of virtual teams for employers is higher retention rates. Working from home offers the flexibility needed for a better work-life balance. Therefore, fewer employees who work remotely quit. They also are more likely to eat healthier and have lower stress levels.

Our In-house virtual team is formed from different time zones. Each member does work independently, but the work produced by each member is a continuation of the previous member. For example, the UK’s customer support teams finish their shift while support teams in Asia start their shift and continue working to maintain progress.

 

We have found that successful virtual team players have a few things in common: good communication skills, high emotional intelligence, and ability to work independently, and the resilience to recover from the snafus that inevitably arise.

 

One of the significant upsides of virtual teams for employers is higher retention rates. Working from home offers the flexibility needed for a better work-life balance. Therefore, fewer employees who work remotely quit. They also are more likely to eat healthier and have lower stress levels.