Three Essential Tips for Virtual Recruiting

PETE JARADEH | August 11, 2020

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COVID-19 has shifted the recruiting conversation from one of the tightest job markets in history to the highest unemployment rate since the Great Depression. Recruiters are caught in the middle, challenged by vetting and interviewing a large pool of quality candidates—remotely due to social distancing. With returns to the office likely delayed for some time, new methods of recruiting are likely the norm going forward.

Thankfully, cost-effective and efficient technology can help. If you’re struggling to find your next great hire, check out some of our tips below to help.

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