Remote hiring and onboarding

The impact of COVID-19 pandemic has meant working professionals and jobseekers have had to adapt to working from home to maintain social distancing. While it's a new and challenging situation for us all, Robert Walters can support employers looking to hire new talent.

Take a look at our advice on leveraging technology, managing remote teams and embedding new talent into your organisation when hiring from your home office.

Remote hiring webinar

As the COVID-19 pandemic continues to impact the way all professionals work, businesses around the globe have had to rethink their approach to hiring, with many implementing remote hiring processes to attract talent into their organisation. 

On Thursday 07th May 2020 our expert panel discussed the practical steps of how to hire remotely, the tech which can be used to support the process and share case studies of how the remote hiring process can be managed effectively to maintain a positive candidate experience and enhance employer brand.

Watch on demand today

Remote hiring: download the e-guide

Is your organisation geared to hire staff new remotely?

Remote hiring isn’t a completely new concept, but it has evolved, with the majority of the working world forced into a situation which has rapidly become the new norm. So, how do you strike the right balance of attracting, interviewing and building relationships with candidates that you’ve never met?

Experts at Robert Walters have devised a guide on how to hire remotely whilst also maintaining a positive candidate experience and enhancing your employer brand.

Download the e-guide here.

Remote onboarding webinar

Whilst growing your team remotely may be a new concept for many organisations, onboarding can be done with the right technologies and organisation in place. From keeping new hires connected, making your business remote-ready, to creating a seamless digital induction, we learn best practice examples from the experts.

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Remote Onboarding: download the e-guide

Is your organisation geared to onboard staff remotely?

Experts at Robert Walters have devised a guide to onboarding your staff from home, to ensure your new recruits can add value and feel they are part of your organisation from the get-go.

From strategies to engage hires during notice periods, leveraging technology for remote onboarding, to mapping out an 'at home' induction, learn key tips for a smooth digital onboarding.

Download the e-guide here.

Digital recruitment solutions

Robert Walters has the capability to provide candidates and clients with innovative video technology, from live interviews to solo pre-recorded ones which can be created at the candidates' convenience and sent to the client to review, also at their convenience. We can also provide video shortlists alongside supporting documents, such as CVs, test results and portfolios. 

We reduce the need for face-to-face interviews, time-to-hire and manage the entire recruitment process remotely - accelerating the efficiency and effectiveness of your onboarding process. 

For more information about our digital recruitment solutions, contact the team today

Help and guidance for effective remote hiring and onboarding

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