I worked in a job that was "fully remote" but had a persuasion towards Pacific timezones for meetings. I moved to Asia thinking a once-weekly meeting at midnight or 1am when the clocks changed in the US, would be OK. It was not OK. If a remote company says they are fully remote and support travel, but also can't move the meeting time, make recordings or find better asynchronous ways to collaborate, then they're not really fully remote. In fact - real "remote" companies are few and far between.

  1. #2945 commented

    Have you talked to your team about moving the meeting earlier in the day?

  2. #2950 commented

    No - you ever tried to make meetings work with PST and GMT+8? Newsflash, they don't work. I got a new remote job instead.

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