4 Mistakes When Hiring Remote Employees — and How to Avoid Them

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You’d expect that recruiting remote employees wouldn’t be that much different than hiring on-site employees, however, the requirement and desire to expand remote and hybrid work arrangements as a result of the pandemic has produced a new hiring climate. It’s a problem that almost every company has to deal with.

In the Microsoft Work Trend Index, two-thirds of executives stated they’re rethinking their workspaces to allow more hybrid and remote work.