- The positions you need to hire remote workers
- The prioritized positions based on their relative importance to the organization and urgency
- A recruitment calendar indicating when to recruit
- The budget allocation for the process
- The hiring team, which stages of the hiring process they involve and what their responsibilities are
- The job title - include words like “remote” or “work from home” for easy identification
- The roles and responsibilities - outline the day to day tasks and how they contribute to organizational goals
- The details of the position - mention whether it is a part-time or full-time position, if the position is 100% remote or the employee is required to physically report to the office sometimes, and if the position is open to people from all continents or to specific countries
- Company description - include what your business is, your vision and mission, the values, the culture, the benefits of working for your company
- Compensation - mention the salary, and other perks like medical covers, bonuses, stock options, commissions, learning opportunities, etc.
- Educational qualifications
- Previous work experience
- Technical skills
- Language skills
- Personality traits
Bonus tip: Include other essential requirements for the success of remote working.
- A distraction-free home office/suitable workspace
- A laptop with a decent speed, storage, and compatibility with the company software
- A high-speed internet connection
Recruiting Remote Workers is the new normal for Human Resource Professionals. Here are some tips and a checklist to navigate this process.