How the remote worker can demonstrate success
Do you want to be a remote worker? With evolving workforces and the new technologies entering the job market, one common perk in a comp package is the ability to work as a remote employee.
There are several reasons this request is made by a candidate or existing employee:
- The employee doesn’t have to worry about a commute
- Independent workers who don’t interact with customers don’t have the need to be in the office
- Laptops were a game changer and technology has made communication seamless with programs like Skype,
Disclaimer: *The following story is a true workplace diversity story. I wrote the below post which was uploaded on our company website and am reposting it here with permission. The names have been omitted to protect from poaching.
Today, one of our Senior Developers brought in carrot cake for the entire company.
Job reference follow up
You would be surprised how many candidates unintentionally burn bridges with their references after the job was landed. Don’t think it was you? If we are not reaching out with updates to these important contacts, that bridge may be burned. Today’s post is part three in a series of three posts on the topic of handling our references: how to strengthen the bond between us the candidate and our reference.