Any HR specialist knows that building and maintaining a company’s culture is a full-time job. With the advent of the global workforce, virtual offices, and offshore workgroups, we are faced with an evolving landscape where the notion of culture is changing and adapting.
There are many reasons to hire remote workers. Perhaps you want to cut down on overhead expenses like rent and electricity. Maybe you’re interested in attracting talent from many regions as we do here at Workling.
During the COVID-19 pandemic, many companies sent employees home to work out of necessity. While the transition may have been challenging, this arrangement ended up being just fine for some teams and, in fact, many workers now prefer it.
Businesses have forever changed. Although not every business will continue to work remotely 24/7/365, there’s a good chance many companies will be looking at remote workers for some time.
In the not-so-distant past, recruiting was a fairly involved process, with a lengthy headhunting period and several rounds of in-person interviews with numerous candidates.
Remote work has undoubtedly become the norm for most companies. Even as we move past the effects of the pandemic, it’s looking like both businesses and employees will prefer to keep things remote.
A lot has been said about remote work through countless articles, videos, and podcasts. It’s only natural, given how that work model became a standard after the COVID-19 pandemic disrupted everything.
The hiring landscape has changed in recent years. With expanding remote work possibilities, job candidates have more options and can therefore be choosier about what company they work for.
Once someone reaches an executive leadership role in their organization, it’s easy to believe that the learning is over. The C-suite level, which includes people who are experts in their field, is typically composed of the top professionals at an organization.
When faced with employees who will work from home, it’s imperative your company is up for the security challenges this new paradigm will bring.
The idea of global conglomerates is not a new one – it’s as ancient as human history. For as long as we have had travel there have been people willing to offer banking services, transportation, import and exports, and other endeavors involving long-distance travel.
Today, getting into the software industry is a great career move. There are job opportunities for virtually all types of software engineers, the field is innovative and exciting, and the pay is more than respectable.
A trend that was already picking up steam in years past was accelerated by the need for companies to remain open while having to maintain their workforce socially distant.