Liam Martin

CO-Founder, Co-Organizer & CMO Time Doctor, and Running Remote Conference

Liam is a serial entrepreneur who co-founded Time Doctor and — one of the most popular time tracking and productivity software platforms in use by top brands today. He is also a co-organizer of the world's largest remote work conference — Running Remote. 

 Liam is an avid proponent of remote work and has been published in Forbes, Inc, Mashable, TechCrunch, Fast Company, Wired, The Wall Street Journal, The Next Web, The Huffington Post, Venturebeat and many other publications specifically targeting the expansion of remote work. The mission statement that feeds all the products and services that Liam is involved with stem from empowering workers to work wherever they want, whenever they want. 

Liam has an undergraduate and graduate degree in Sociology from McGill University. He lives in Canada but travels 3-6 months out of the year due to his ability to work wherever and whenever he likes. He chooses a new place to travel a few times a year but usually spends time in Austin, Las Vegas and Ubud each year and loves to encourage others to work remotely on his travels. 

    3.30pm ET

    Day 2 [AMER]

    Track 3: Learn: What to Do When Everyone Is Everywhere: How Will the Great Migration Affect Your Company?

    What began as the world's largest remote work experiment is now standard practice, and quite an efficient one. However, companies must be ready to adapt with dedicated resources to maintain legal compliance and relocation flexibility for employees. Join Globalization Partners Founder and CEO Nicole Sahin in this conversation about the immediate challenge of ensuring compliance for your existing workforce in a remote-first world.

    We will also cover:

    • Do the employees have the legal right to live and work in a location different from where your headquarters are?
    • What does it cost to let employees keep their jobs, remote working from their new jurisdictions?
    • Should your company re-assess for local compensation benchmarking?