You’re applying for the Remote for Good Award. We’re excited to hear from you!
The awards recognizes businesses from a variety of sectors, including not-for-profit. Winning entries will demonstrate how their organizations have leveraged remote work and global hiring to make the world a better place.
Outcomes such as people or businesses reached, lives saved or improved, and money raised can all prove the effectiveness of your mission.
Prepare before you enter:
This Award has seven sections to complete. To make it easier for you to prepare your entry, we have included the four main questions for this category below, each with a 2,000 character limit. You can save your entry by clicking the 'save & continue later' feature at the bottom of the entry form.
Your elevator pitch: tell us why you should win this award
Tell us all about your mission and how you are working to make the world a better place. Paint a picture about your company by sharing some examples of the work you do.
How does remote working help you achieve your goals? We want to hear about your team, your setup, and the benefits of a remote or global workforce is having on your mission. For example, does your distributed model help you find the top talent irrespective of location, manage your budget more effectively, or close open roles more quickly? Something else? Remember, we like data, but we also love real-life stories, so please share both!
What role has Remote played in your success? We’d love to know how you use our platform, integrations, marketplace, consultancy services or our amazing teams in User Happiness and Customer Success. We’re looking forward to your best examples.
You must complete all mandatory questions for your entry to be considered. You’ll be able to save your entry and come back to it at a later date, just don’t forget to press ‘send’ before the deadline at 11:59pm UTC on March 1, 2024.
*This Award category is open to current customers of Remote. Whether it be our Employer of Record, Contractor Management, Global Payroll or HRIS solutions, or if you've signed up to explore Remote Talent, we're looking forward to hearing from you.
Meet the Judges
Behind every exceptional Remote Excellence Award, there's an exceptional panel of judges who bring wisdom, experience, and discernment to the table. Each category is judged by a mix of senior leaders from Remote, as well as leading influencers in the field of remote working and global team leadership. This dynamic mix ensures your success is acknowledged by the best in the business.
Gustavo is a speaker, culture consultant, and best-selling author of “Remote, Not Distant” – a roadmap to build a strong culture for remote and hybrid teams.
Lorraine is a social entrepreneur, researcher and Co-founder & Executive Director of Na'amal, which links forcibly displaced people with remote work opportunities.
Iarla is the Chief Operating Officer at Remote, where he is responsible for setting and driving organizational vision, operational strategy, and hiring needs. Prior to joining Remote, Iarla held senior leadership positions at Stripe and Google.
Dates for your diary
January 25, 2024
All Awards open
March 1, 2024
Entries close at 11:59PM UTC
March 20, 2024
Winners announced 12.00PM UTC
Remember, the Remote Excellence Awards are simple and free to enter!
We encourage you to showcase your expertise by entering multiple categories. Don't be shy; this is your moment to shine. Good luck!
Tool tips to make your entry shine
Tell your story, but don't write an essay
Keep it brief: highlight key challenges, share your path to success, and provide tangible results. Make it personal: we want to hear the impacts of your initiatives on your own organization.
Back it up with data
We love data, so where possible, provide specific metrics to quantify your achievements. You can include testimonials from your team to support your submission with stronger proof points.
Think about the judges
Specific judging criteria is listed on each Award entry page, so cross-reference your entry with the details to make sure you have the best possible chance. Each category panel has a mix of senior leaders from Remote, as well as leading influencers in the field of remote working (they know what they’re talking about, so you should focus on outcomes over theory).