The workplace discovered well before the pandemic that in-person interaction is not the only way to do business. Remote collaboration and meetings were already on the rise before the public health crisis accelerated the trend. For businesses outside the healthcare, retail, and manufacturing industries — whose workforces typically must perform their jobs onsite — COVID-19 made remote interaction necessary to slow the spread of the virus.
As more companies shift from onsite-only operations to predominantly work from home (WFH) options and virtual meetings, many HR departments will need to recruit and interview job candidates remotely, too. Besides keeping people as
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