Remote work has quickly gone from buzzword to reality for many professionals — especially those in the tech industry.
Alongside rapid changes in the way we work, organizations have begun to reconsider what matters most for both business continuity and giving their teams the flexibility they require to do their best work.
The perception of this once “nice to have” company perk is shifting towards becoming a new standard.
As companies grapple with how to move their operations entirely online, Hired has dug deeper into how tech professionals feel about working remotely – from the initial interview process to onboarding, daily workflow and virtual collaboration.
While most businesses may not have planned on shifting to remote work and hiring, it’s become an undeniable reality. The world’s savviest companies are staying ahead of the curve by investing in their remote work processes now so they have a well-oiled machine in place to carry them through this next decade.
Many businesses will find that there’s a certain type of remote work that suits them best — whether that’s having distributed teams, but in the same time zone, state, or county, or having a fully remote global workforce — it’s all about finding the right balance for your company’s needs.
Check out Hired’s 2020 State of Remote Work Report online.