How To Hire Remote Employees

With 40 percent of Americans wanting to work full time from home and 35 percent who prefer a hybrid situation, you may need to hire remote employees just to keep your business open. Of course, you also have to manage these employees once you get them. However, you’ve probably had several employees working remotely since the pandemic began, so that you can do this!

Hiring remote workers can be a bit different than hiring in-office people, so be prepared. Here’s what you need to know.

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2 thoughts on “How To Hire Remote Employees

  1. I would add that the employer should at least consider providing some of the equipment and supplies needed by a remote worker as well as at least partially compensating the worker for the increased Internet, phone and electricity costs occasioned by the work. And any such financial reimbursement should be expressly identified as such, and not just packaged as already included in the employee’s basic pay.

  2. I’m with grannybunny on compensation for internet/utility costs, as well as providing equipment. I don’t want to use my personal laptop or phone for work, particularly if the company can wipe the device if it gets lost or stolen. The more division between work and home life, the better.

    Employers should also consider remote candidates who are willing to move for hybrid positions! It’s difficult to find housing without a job, and if we can start remotely, it makes moving SO much easier. Plus, you’ll widen your candidate pool—the perfect employee could be sitting right there ready to go. Not all of us want to be digital nomads.

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