In a context where employers and recruiters handle candidates' screening and interviews remotely, you need to adjust your approach for the digital recruitment process.
The gig economy has been gravely affected by the coronavirus pandemic, but remote work has also flourished. Indeed, there’s no better way to spend your free time than by finding remote work.
Advances in technology mean that almost all work-related activities can be conducted from anywhere in the world via a laptop, an internet connection, and a phone. This leaves more and more businesses asking the question as to whether they even need to have a permanent office. Let's understand the pros and cons of working remotely.
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