It all started with the year 2020 when the pandemic hit across the globe. We knew nothing about how things are going to work in the first phase. Everyone was worried about coronavirus, and we saw many changes happening around us in a quick time.
The first time we asked to wear a mask on the face, much emphasis was put on sanitization and avoiding human interactions.
Many companies shut down their operations, and many others asked their employees to work from home.
During this time, hiring was also not untouched by the pandemic, and it was difficult for HR teams to take face-to-face interviews.
Here in this post, I will share a few points that will let you know how Covid-19 has changed the face of hiring overnight.
Virtual Hiring is Continuing
Technology is helping organizations with virtual hiring that keeps the hiring process moving while protecting recruiters and candidates.
When most of us are asked to work from home, we need to leverage technology, and everything depends on technology tools. Zoom, Hangout is now the most used tool to communicate while working remotely.
The HR team also showed resilience and did not let the hiring go down even when they worked remotely. They also turned to technology to find and simplify their hiring needs.
Companies focused more on virtual interview platforms and online resume screening tools that helped organizations to increase productivity and simplify hiring needs.
High Focus on Remote Work
Remote work has always been a priority choice for workers, but Covid proved beneficial both for workers and employers. Employers saved their office expenses, and on the other hand, employees saved commute time resulting in enhanced productivity.
Companies need to ensure that employees have the right kind of tools, clear guidelines, and real commitment from the team members.
Remote working offers flexibility, but it also creates worries about loss of productivity.
Communication Is the Key
Regardless of what happens during uncertain times, the key to remaining transparent, communication should go high in all parties involved.
When things go out of control and don't have all the answers, we need to ensure that we are creating clear communication between employees and candidates.
Coronavirus has transformed the working approach from manual to digitalization. Organizations are focusing more on alternative ways to continue with the same pace of productivity.
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