Work from home – it’s on everyone’s lips, front of mind, causing the global economy to stir and governments to scramble. For the first time, we are seeing how truly connected every country is and how possible it is for many to work remotely.
Remote workers are an easy way to expand overseas. However, this can be challenging for any HR team to oversee and there are some key differences worth considering when conducting a remote job interview.
The mark of a great remote job interview isn’t in the technical ability, but in being able to spot the subtle social cues that you’d often notice during an in-person candidate assessment. So, what are the top tips for conducting a remote interview?
How To Onboard Remote Employees: Getting Started
New employee onboarding programs help immerse new hires into a company’s culture, understand the organization’s policies and equip them with the right tools to succeed in their jobs and confidently surpass expectations.
Introduction to remote workers
Remote workers are employees that work away from a traditional office setting for some or all of their time.
Imagine a world where your employer allows unlimited vacation or lets you start your workday at 7 am so you can collect your children from school at 4 pm. Imagine if your employer gave you the flexibility to travel for a year while completing your work as normal?
December can be a tricky time for businesses. Executives are preparing budgets and outlining their strategy for the following year, while many others are planning to take some time off and enjoy the holiday season with their family. There’s a lot for business leaders to consider, yet the final month of the year throws up another interesting challenge – the 13th month paycheck.