With many businesses forced to close their doors in the midst of a pandemic, employee hiring has slowed dramatically. If your company has figured out how to adapt and thrive in a stay-at-home economy, you’re already ahead of the curve. And if you need to bring more people on board, even better.
Here are all the new options for employee hiring in the era of social distancing.
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Just be aware that employee hiring is a slightly different game here in the new normal. Even if you’re an essential business hiring for an on-site position, there are standards you should follow to ensure safety. We’re still at a phase when in-person interaction poses a risk for your candidates, your staff, and yourself.
A remote hiring process is your best bet. This idea might be uncomfortable, especially if you’re still adapting to the work-from-home setup. But trust us: you can properly evaluate and vet applicants without sitting across the table from them.