With over 4,000 people across more than 100 countries, Toptal has mastered the art of attracting and retaining premier talent in a remote environment. Leaders at the company attribute its success to its corporate culture, which serves as the foundation for everything they do.
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Sachin Bhagwata is interim vice president of enterprise sales at Toptal, the world’s largest fully distributed company. Paul Estes, editor-in-chief of Staffing.com, recently sat down with Bhagwata to discuss insights from Toptal’s Suddenly Remote Playbook.
Optionality is critical as we confront economic dislocation due to COVID-19. Learn how to identify options, rapidly test hypotheses and prototypes, scale options, and create ongoing learning for your organization with the aid of remote, on-demand talent.
David Nuff is a principal at design agency Nuff and part of the Toptal network, where he designs for brands including Cisco, Nestle, and Google. Paul Estes spoke with Nuff about his experience as a freelancer and why organizations are increasingly adopting on-demand talent.
Ismael Peinado is the chief technology officer at Toptal, the world’s largest fully distributed company. Paul Estes, editor-in-chief of Staffing.com, recently sat down with Peinado to discuss Toptal’s “The Suddenly Remote Playbook,” a guide for building and sustaining an enterprise-grade remote work environment.
Michelle Labbe, VP of people at Toptal, leads the people and recruiting teams. Paul Estes recently sat down with Labbe to discuss the culture of a fully remote organization and how it differs from a central office.