The COVID-19 pandemic will undoubtedly be looked back upon as the catalyst that sparked a remote work revolution across the globe.
Suddenly, almost overnight, remote work suddenly became a reality for businesses and their staff with little or no pre-existing infrastructure or system in place to accommodate work from home (WFH) employees.
The pandemic forced entire populations to work from home. Acting as a litmus test for the viability of remote infrastructures on a global scale. Today, as companies look to a postCOVID future, it appears that many will look to better incorporate WFH within their business models.
Although recruiting remote workers can put you in touch with a much wider talent pool to fit your IT needs. Tapping into such a broad network is pointless if you haven’t offered an accurate description of the job that you’re advertising. Writing a job description for a remote role comes with different considerations to make than traditional in-house positions. Here are 6 things to consider when creating a job description.