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Aviturians are determined to find new possibilities at every turn and recognize challenges as opportunities for growth. We believe learning is a continuous journey and that education has no end point. Join us on this journey; explore our insights to see what we’ve learned and what we’re continuing to discover.

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Blog Feature

May 18, 2023

Castaway Week: Bringing Culture and the Remote Worker Together

Castaway Week  |  Culture  |  Events  |  Working Remotely  |  community

Feeling disconnected and isolated from coworkers has been a problem that almost every company has been facing for years (and wasn’t exactly helped by that whole pandemic thing either). While being a remote worker offers a lot of flexibility and can help with a work-life balance, maintaining a strong and healthy company culture that stretches across the states, sometimes even across continents, is a real challenge. Company culture is not only a huge part of our company, but a very important aspect to any company’s identity and stability.

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Blog Feature

June 09, 2020

Three Ways Working Remote Has Made Us More Empathetic

Aviture  |  Culture  |  News  |  Working Remotely

Over the past two months, many companies have switched to 100% remote work environments. We gave some insight into how we stay connected with our fellow Aviturians in a virtual setting with some helpful tips from our full-time remote employees.

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Blog Feature

March 25, 2020

Continuous Connection: Remote Work Tips from our 'Castaways'

Aviture  |  Castaway Week  |  Culture  |  News  |  Working Remotely

Working from home isn't just doing the same thing in a different location. There are a lot of natural rhythms that happen in an office that just don't happen when you work from home. For example, in an office, you might walk to the kitchen with a coworker to grab a cup of coffee. But if you're working from home, you simply close the Zoom window and get back to whatever it was you were doing.

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