Why We’re Planting Trees for Our Job Candidates
At Toggl Plan, we strive to hire amazing teammates based on their skills. Instead of submitting a resume, our applicants take a 20-minute skills test. These test results help us find top talent faster, and give job applicants an easy way to apply. In the past, we rewarded our top job applicants by sending them
How Toggl Track Is Hiring Remotely Using Toggl Hire
When it comes to working and hiring remotely, most people usually belong in one of two groups: those who think it’s a chance to binge-watch Game of Thrones on their couch while pretending to work and those who think it’s a chance to do meaningful work they love without the stress of commuting.
Where We Work: Our Remote Staff Shares Their Workspaces
Toggl is a fully remote company with employees all over the world. This setup allows us to build an amazing, dynamic, global team. However, working remotely can be a lonely endeavor. That’s why we decided to share our workspaces with each other (and you!) It can be hard to create a culture in a workplace without
Why My First Real Job Application Was the Best
This is a story about how our new teammate – Rico – found us and how we ended up hiring him by using Hundred5. For my past jobs, friends and acquaintances paved the way. I never had to apply for real. That changed when I applied for Toggl. No one I knew could help me
How One Engineer Hired 6 Top Programmers With Minimum Effort
This is a story how we at Toggl are using automated skill-based testing to hire top developers with little effort. Our mobile technical lead writes about the key elements in his process and gives useful tips on how to build workable tests with Toggl Hire.
What I Learned About Hiring Designers After Going Through 4,000 Portfolios in 4 Months
About a year ago I began looking for a new in-house product designer for Toggl. Had I known this would take me on a four month wild goose chase around thousands of portfolios, I would’ve done things differently.
How to Stay Focused While Working Remotely
Disclaimer: No, this article won’t make you magically productive and it will not have some mind-blowing never-heard-that-before revelation. You’ve been warned. I believe the biggest irony about this article is that it took me too long to write it, how can I write about productivity when I can’t make myself to write it in the first place, so