Commit d993b3f0 authored by Lucas Charles's avatar Lucas Charles

Bug: Fix outstanding broken links for all-remote page

Follow-up to
!16038 where
some links were pointing to culture as a subpage
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#### Async Daily Standups
Since we are a [remote](/culture/all-remote/) company, having daily stand-ups meetings would not make any sense, since we're not all in the same timezone.
Since we are a [remote](/company/culture/all-remote/) company, having daily stand-ups meetings would not make any sense, since we're not all in the same timezone.
That's why we have async daily standups, where everyone can give some insights into what they did yesterday, what they plan to do today, etc.
For that, we rely on the [geekbot](https://geekbot.io/) slack plugin to automate the process.
#### Recorded meetings
Our important meetings are recorded and published on YouTube, in the [GitLab Secure Playlist](https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLFGfElNsQtha-9T1ywH9qRvi1cnCmt8u_).
They give a good overview of the decision process, which is often a discussion with all the stakeholders. As we are a [remote](/culture/all-remote/) company, these video meetings help to synchronize and take decisions faster than commenting on issues. We prefer asynchronous work, but for large features and when the timing is tight, we can detail a lot of specifications. This will make the asynchronous work easier, since we have evaluated all edge cases.
They give a good overview of the decision process, which is often a discussion with all the stakeholders. As we are a [remote](/company/culture/all-remote/) company, these video meetings help to synchronize and take decisions faster than commenting on issues. We prefer asynchronous work, but for large features and when the timing is tight, we can detail a lot of specifications. This will make the asynchronous work easier, since we have evaluated all edge cases.
### Technical onboarding
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......@@ -15,7 +15,7 @@ Last summer my wife and I bought a new house for our ever-growing family. Before
## Trying to get organized
I've been able to complete a few other projects since we moved in – but most were small in scale. A built-in shelf wall for my wife's office, painting and staining the new deck, and of course a DIY standing desk to use in my new office kitchen (which is also the house's kitchen... [working from home for the win!](/culture/all-remote/)). These projects were great, but we needed a way to organize and prioritize larger renovation projects.
I've been able to complete a few other projects since we moved in – but most were small in scale. A built-in shelf wall for my wife's office, painting and staining the new deck, and of course a DIY standing desk to use in my new office kitchen (which is also the house's kitchen... [working from home for the win!](/company/culture/all-remote/)). These projects were great, but we needed a way to organize and prioritize larger renovation projects.
![Home improvement examples](/images/blogimages/home-improvement-examples.png){: .shadow}
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......@@ -22,7 +22,7 @@ related to GitLab.com infrastructure.
The production team structures on-call shifts so that they follow the sun, to
avoid waking up members of the team in the middle of the night.
This works well for GitLab's [remote-only culture](/culture/all-remote/) where there are engineers in multiple
This works well for GitLab's [remote-only culture](/company/culture/all-remote/) where there are engineers in multiple
time zones. Occasionally, an on-call engineer will need to respond to an issue
outside normal working hours; in these situations, GitLab encourages members to take
[time off][on-call-time-off] after your shift to recover.
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......@@ -27,7 +27,7 @@ The best way to understand what innovation in the remote workspace is like is to
### Encourage virtual face-to-face time
GitLab, for example, has created an internal system to coordinate weekly “[digital coffee breaks](/culture/all-remote/#coffee-break-calls)” between its employees, who are encouraged to dedicate a few hours a week to having social calls with any teammate. They can also join a Slack channel where, every Monday, a bot will pair them with a random team member. This way, GitLab is creating intentional spaces for spontaneous and personal connection to happen between its employees.
GitLab, for example, has created an internal system to coordinate weekly “[digital coffee breaks](/company/culture/all-remote/#coffee-break-calls)” between its employees, who are encouraged to dedicate a few hours a week to having social calls with any teammate. They can also join a Slack channel where, every Monday, a bot will pair them with a random team member. This way, GitLab is creating intentional spaces for spontaneous and personal connection to happen between its employees.
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......@@ -22,7 +22,7 @@ The activity kicks off with a daily standup meeting with my team, where we plan
## Working collaboratively
After doing my research, I’ll make my calls and send out emails throughout the day. If I’m stuck on something, I’ll reach out to my team, hop on a video call with someone, and collaborate to come up with a strategy or solution. One of the most refreshing aspects about working at GitLab is that everyone is willing to help each other. We’re encouraged to build bonds with each other, so I schedule regular [coffee chats](/culture/all-remote/#coffee-break-calls) to make a new friend or catch up with an old one. Everyone from our CEO to our newest ’Labber is happy to join a coffee call. In my first week, I messaged our [Chief Culture Officer](/job-families/people-ops/chief-culture-officer/), and we chatted the next day. I’ve never worked at an organization that encouraged its executive team to make themselves so available to others.
After doing my research, I’ll make my calls and send out emails throughout the day. If I’m stuck on something, I’ll reach out to my team, hop on a video call with someone, and collaborate to come up with a strategy or solution. One of the most refreshing aspects about working at GitLab is that everyone is willing to help each other. We’re encouraged to build bonds with each other, so I schedule regular [coffee chats](/company/culture/all-remote/#coffee-break-calls) to make a new friend or catch up with an old one. Everyone from our CEO to our newest ’Labber is happy to join a coffee call. In my first week, I messaged our [Chief Culture Officer](/job-families/people-ops/chief-culture-officer/), and we chatted the next day. I’ve never worked at an organization that encouraged its executive team to make themselves so available to others.
In addition to collaboration, GitLab values flexibility. If I have a doctor’s appointment, errands to run, or just decide that I want to take a longer lunch and embrace food coma, I have the freedom to do so. As a results-driven organization, GitLab is concerned about your productivity – not your hours.
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......@@ -95,7 +95,7 @@ What do you think of Reviewer Roulette? Is this something you would use for your
[efficiency]: /handbook/values/#efficiency
[team structure file]: https://gitlab.com/gitlab-com/www-gitlab-com/blob/master/data/team.yml
[auto devops]: https://docs.gitlab.com/ee/topics/autodevops/
[coffee break calls]: /culture/all-remote/#coffee-break-calls
[coffee break calls]: /company/culture/all-remote/#coffee-break-calls
[a step in our onboarding process]: https://gitlab.com/gitlab-com/people-ops/employment/blob/master/.gitlab/issue_templates/onboarding.md#day-3-social
[help the entire company]: https://gitlab.com/dennis/reviewer-roulette/issues/12
[gke]: /google-cloud-platform
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......@@ -21,7 +21,7 @@ and a pair of boots I'm trying to break in). I get to work wherever I’m most p
I work wherever we’re most comfortable – whether that’s in a small cafe in
Utrecht, Netherlands or in a bookstore in Santa Monica, California. We’re
passionate about working remotely and believe that it has the power to
[change the workforce](/culture/all-remote/#how-remote-work-is-changing-the-workforce).
[change the workforce](/company/culture/all-remote/#how-remote-work-is-changing-the-workforce).
## Why all-remote works
......@@ -83,7 +83,7 @@ areas of the company and learning how they're performing. We also do a
[Company Call](/handbook/communication/#company-call) every day, which
comprises about five minutes of announcements and 25 minutes of people chatting.
Our [Coffee Break Calls](/culture/all-remote/#coffee-break-calls) encourage
Our [Coffee Break Calls](/company/culture/all-remote/#coffee-break-calls) encourage
team members to spend several hours a week socializing and building a relationship
that's separate from work. Since working remotely can also lead to team members
never meeting in person, we have a [visiting grant](/handbook/incentives/#visiting-grant)
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