Hire Candidates Who Are Remote Working Ninjas
One of the most sought after employee benefits is remote working flexibility—the opportunity to work from home part-time or even all of the time. Remote working was rare 10 years ago, but it became more widespread, and necessary during the Coronavirus pandemic. This meant companies had to re-evaluate their hiring processes to ensure they recruited top candidates who could work effectively in a remote environment.
Hiring remote workers requires a different approach because working without in-person supervision is different than working in a physical office. This is why it is important to use skills testing to predict how well a potential employee will follow instructions, communicate with co-workers, solve complex problems independently, meet deadlines, and absorb ongoing training.