Successfully Onboarding Newly Hired Remote Workers
Remote work isn’t for everyone, even though during the COVID-19 pandemic, most people had to adapt in some way to working from home. There are, however, some people who thrive working remotely. Conducting a remote interview is the first step to hiring someone for a remote position. Once that interview is conducted, there are a few things to consider before offering someone a position, as well as a few tips for effective staff integration once the hire has been made. Let’s talk about important qualities to consider in remote workers and how to best implement the onboarding process successfully.
All hiring managers conduct many interviews for a specific position. It is the interviewee’s job to find a way to stand out, to set themselves aside to land at the top of the list. Once an interview is completed, the hiring manager will reflect on the interviews, read notes taken and consider various parts of conversations before making a decision. Some of the qualities that make great remote workers are:
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