Remote work is becoming more and more essential in today’s workplace. Many employers are finding that adding remote employers to their staff can be a great fit for their business needs.
As telecommuters grow in the workforce and companies place greater importance on distributing their teams, it’s essential to understand recruitment, hiring, and effective management of workers outside your office.
Navigating the various aspects of remote employment can be difficult. To offer some guidance on this subject, we created an ebook to help. Below, find a quick overview of what’s inside.
Ready to get into the nitty gritty of remote employment? Download your free copy of our Guide to Remote Employees ebook now.
Hiring Remote Employees, and More
When it comes to researching the right candidate, there’s a lot of overlap between the commuting world and the remote. LinkedIn and Google are good places to start, but a more thorough search is essential before an interview.
Get tips for recruiting, hiring, and managing your distributed workforce.
Getting tips for recruiting and interviewing remote employees can be a helpful first step.
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Once the candidate has passed the screening process, there are plenty of additional considerations for your work from home or remote employees. Now management comes into play.
Beyond tips on recruiting and hiring remote workers, this ebook contains guidance on:
- Managing your distributed workforce
- Tips and tools for better communication
- Key compliance topics to consider
- A new hire checklist to help with onboarding
Download the ebook to dive into the details. Keep in mind that Justworks can help businesses with many aspects of remote employment, even beyond what’s contained in this ebook. From compliance support to payroll to offering benefits in multiple states, we’ve got your back. Visit our site to learn more about the features we offer.
This material has been prepared for informational purposes only, and is not intended to provide, and should not be relied on for, legal or tax advice. If you have any legal or tax questions regarding this content or related issues, then you should consult with your professional legal or tax advisor.