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COVID-19 Ushers in New Outlook on Hiring Remote Workers- Spotlight

Remote Hiring: The Time Has Come

"The shift toward remote work has lagged the technological capabilities that make remote work possible. Even in a digital era, the vast majority of job postings stipulate that the work must be performed onsite, said Shannon Massena, SHRM-SCP, an HR and accounting consultant at Optima Office in Glendale, Ariz. "COVID-19 has forced some recruiters that were stuck in the more traditional way of recruiting to get out of their comfort zones. Some recruiters I have spoken to have now become familiar with the productivity and viability of remote recruiting and onboarding and now want to continue even after COVID-19 restrictions are lifted."

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