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Job Hunting in the Age of Remote Work

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Job Hunting in the Age of Remote Work


Job Hunting in the Age of Remote Work: Virtual Interviews & Onboarding:

In the guide, we cover:

  • How remote working has changed job hunting, for better and for worse
  • Starting a new job as a remote worker and how to ace a virtual interview
  • What to do if something goes wrong in your new remote role

We provide helpful advice for remote job-hunters and employees, as well as insights, like:

  • Remote working isn’t just being favoured by businesses. In fact, over 97% of employees currently working remotely want to stay remote for at least part of their working hours.
  • 86% of parents say they want to work flexibly and have more time with family.
  • People with disabilities are 28% less likely to be employed. Virtual interviews are a great way to make the recruitment process less intimidating for neurodiverse people.
  • Only 12% of employees say their company is great at onboarding, so new employees should be prepared to be proactive in asking for information.

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