askST Jobs: I just got my first remote job. What should I look out for?

Workers should find out what software and technology are used in remote and hybrid work and how they are used, said experts. PHOTO: ST FILE
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SINGAPORE - In this series, manpower reporter Tay Hong Yi offers practical answers to candid questions on navigating workplace challenges and getting ahead in one's career.

A: Before getting into the full swing of the new job, a remote worker should actively participate in the company's onboarding process to better understand the employer's mission, culture and internal workings, said Ms Ng Lay Peng, Asia-Pacific marketing lead at Veldhoen and Co. The firm is a consultancy for policies on work arrangements.

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