Work in the time of Corona assumes no evil

Working remotely requires us more than ever to assume no mal-intentions

Lately we moved our team’s daily standup to around 14:00 because it’s nap time for most of our young ones and there is a higher chance for us all to be available. I begin most of my mornings before 6 am, very quietly making coffee to start working before my kids wake up. It is the most quiet time of the day. Once they wake up we start the day’s shifts between me and my partner, dividing the day between work and play with the kids and some days returning to work again when the kids fall asleep at night.

Snufkin and Moomintroll

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Sivan Yaron-Enden

Sivan is a product manager with a passion to understand user needs and find creative ways to answer them.