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Our Senior VP, Jamie Javorsky, was Featured in the Thought Leadership Series
Our Senior VP, Jamie Javorsky, was featured in the Thought Leadership series in the South Florida Business Journal!
This article is all about companies having to learn how to hire remotely and how it is imperative to create and execute a well-crafted interview process.
Tips on Hiring Remotely
Many companies still have critical needs that they need to hire for, so companies are having to pivot and learn how to hire remotely. With that said, it is imperative to create and execute a well-crafted interview process.
Now that you have decided to hire remotely, how will you do it? First, assuming your traditional in-person interview process is working, it would be wise to stick to that same process while now utilizing technology to bridge the gap of not being able to physically meet candidates.
EMBRACE THE PROCESS
Making a hiring decision without ever physically meeting the person you are interviewing can be an unsettling experience. But this is our current situation, and if the position is a critical need to move a project forward then there really isn’t a choice. Under current conditions, companies have adapted to this alternative way of onboarding top talent which can pave the way for future hiring needs. Check out the full article here to learn more.