Recruitment: Use tech to find the right people for you
Companies that are recruiting must get to grips with the changed dynamic of hiring new staff in a remote-working environment
While the economic impact of Covid-19 has forced some companies to cut jobs, many of those that continue to recruit in the weeks and months ahead will need to get to grips with the ins and outs of selecting and onboarding new hires in a remote-working environment.
Right now, about 17,000 available positions are being advertised online on Indeed.com’s Irish jobs site. The world hasn’t stopped turning. Life goes on.
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