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Build a simple Applicant Tracking System with #nocode tools

It's surprisingly easy to build your own no-code ATS to save on expensive SaSS tools.

Build a simple Applicant Tracking System with #nocode tools
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My newest project: Nomad Mexico

I've compiled all my recommendations and pro tips for CDMX into the guide I wish I had when I moved here. I'm calling it A Remote Worker’s Guide to Mexico City. 🇲🇽

My newest project: Nomad Mexico
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Save time by replacing your invoices with Stripe's new payment links

Stripe's recently released a feature that allows you to quickly create a checkout process without coding anything. I'm really excited about them for service businesses who still send manual invoices.

Save time by replacing your invoices with Stripe's new payment links
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How to find out which job boards are most effective for your team

Unique tracking links allow you to see which sources your applicants are coming from.

How to find out which job boards are most effective for your team
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Strategies for learning Spanish

The resources I used to go from complete beginner to intermediate speaker in just under two years.

Strategies for learning Spanish
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[Master Class] How to onboard remote employees

I’ve remotely onboarded dozens of team members over the last five years. These are all of my best practices!

[Master Class] How to onboard remote employees
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How to host remote baby showers

Throwing a remote baby shower for team members who want one is a fun, low-lift way to support the parents on your team.

How to host remote baby showers
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On being fair and making exceptions at work

A policy can set clear expectations, help us be consistent, and even save us time – but they can’t make our judgement calls for us.

On being fair and making exceptions at work
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More requirements, not required

There are usually better ways to describe the knowledge, skills, and abilities required for the role.

More requirements, not required
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Building culture on a remote team

Good company culture isn’t just about giving gifts and throwing parties. But those things can help!

Building culture on a remote team