Today, we talk about a topic very close to our hearts. In fact, it’s at the core of the CGL business model – distributed work.
CGL started as a distributed company from day one. It was the type of working environment we wanted to set up for ourselves. Later, that blossomed into a space we wanted to create for other people as well.
We recognize the terminology “virtual law firm” has a lot of negative connotations. When you call yourself a virtual business, people have preconceived notions and misconceptions around what actually that means. The change in terminology alone from a virtual firm to a distributed company has been a powerful shift that bypasses those misconceptions. Ultimately, it has allowed us to positively change the nature of ‘work’.
In this episode, you will hear:
- What is distributed work?
- The structure of the distributed work model
- The differences between remote work and distributed work
- The benefits of a distributed company
- Common misconceptions around distributed work
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