A recent survey showed that 70 percent of people would rather work from home than spend time at an office.
As an employer who offers virtual roles, this creates a tricky hiring situation. Since so many people are eager to trade in whatever they’re doing now to work from home, how can you be sure you’re hiring a candidate who is actually a good fit for virtual work?
You owe it to yourself and your organization to find the best candidates available. This guide will help you do just that.