Undeniably, remote working becomes the first choice for any employees and employers who can afford it. If you’re thinking about hiring remote workers, take the below advice into account. These nuggets come from the trial and error of some of the most successful companies with the most remote workforce out there.
Remote job promotion:
“I think job boards can be pretty useful, but not the really big ones like monster.com or Indeed. Usually the quality of applicants coming from those is pretty low. Even job boards from Stack Overflow and GitHub have typically not worked out that well. But I think that’s got a lot to do with our focus on hiring people who are good at working remotely. Basecamp has their own job board weworkremotely.com and it’s great. The quality is pretty high there, and it’s from people who are familiar with remote working. It’s a skill set. You have to know how to work remotely.”