In a world full of uncertainties, adapting to a new way of working and staying innovative are crucial for success in any business. Since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, the ways of conducting business have had to adapt dramatically to a digital landscape. Many tasks, events, and processes have been conducted "virtually" that would not have been done so under ordinary circumstances. Hiring was no exception.
Companies who had been practicing remote and virtual employment had a distinct advantage over those who did not. While they still had significant adjustments to make like every other, companies who had to pivot entirely faced a series of challenges that took some figuring out. The gap is much narrower now that a year has gone by since the world was turned upside-down.
Just as job seekers have had to adjust their interviewing strategies, so have businesses in their onboarding procedures. In this "Remote Hiring Guide," we've put together key tips to help companies establish a smoother hiring process remotely and improve the online perception of their brands.
Inside this guide, you will learn:
- How to attract some of the best talent online by establishing your brand online and writing a compelling job description.
- How to conduct a remote interview from start to finish to follow up.
- How to know if a candidate is the right fit for your team and for your business.
- How to onboard new hires remotely and set them up for success in your virtual team.