Status is an entirely remote organization with contributors from over 20 countries in the world and over 100 years of remote-working experience. Here are our tips for productive, happy remote work
Connecting with the people you work with when everyone is separated by both distance and our increasingly omnipresent screens can be very challenging. We fit
At a recent People Ops meetup, we got deep into the topic of how we can can keep Status a place where Core Contributors can
A project tasked with bug fixing the experience of contributing to Status.
This Ideajam turned into more of a Q&A about how DAOs work and what that might look like for Status.
We'd like to share the Very Big Things we often discuss with people in a personal, unfiltered way.
How could we develop norms that nurture individual responsibility and accountability in a decentralized environment? How do you look for directions and work to do in a environment where nobody is in charge?
We're delving into the good, the bad, and the ugly of contributing in a decentralized community.
HR by and large hasn’t much evolved over the decades, and adapting the same tools across contexts will only get you so far. Many foundational HR concepts assume that the workplace is centralised, and are not always compatible with our decentralised values.
We want to rethink People Ops in way that not only reluctantly aligns with Status’s vision of decentralization, but fully embraces it.
Nice to meet you! We're Ceri, Stef, and Jonathan, and we'll be sharing news and updates from Status's People Ops (or HR) team. How we