COVID-19 has made remote work inevitable for a great portion of the population. But after the pandemic comes to an end, the flexibility associated with working remotely will likely stick around, making remote work desirable to a larger amount of employees.
Hiring remote employees doesn’t only benefit your staff — it also gives you access to the best talent without setting limitations on location. But how do you go about hiring a remote team? It may be more difficult than it sounds, as there are certain benefits that you may offer your in-person team that won’t entice remote employees, like office snacks or a ping pong table. And you have to search for a specific type of person who can manage their deliverables without a manager to consult with face-to-face.
So whether you’re hiring a few new remote employees or you’re setting up a fully remote workforce, here’s what you need to hire your best remote team.
Attracting Remote Employees Offer Remote-Specific Benefits
The Hireology office is located in the middle of downtown Chicago with amazing views of the river and lake, with an on-site gym and unlimited snacks and coffee. While these are a few of the great benefits