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The Value of Location for Hiring in 2021

Some say it doesn't matter at all

The pandemic forced a lot of organizations, including associations, to consider hiring for remote roles for the first time. But even with some offices reopening, there’s still a strong case for hiring remote employees in some instances… and the complexities of doing so are important to understand.

Now, to be clear, there are a lot of similarities between hiring for remote workers and in-person applicants, says Brie Reynolds, career development manager for the remote job site FlexJobs.

“In some ways, remote hiring is very similar to in-office hiring,” Reynolds said. “The essentials of the process are generally the same: a combination of accepting applications, scheduling initial screening interviews, then second interviews, and, finally, decision-making.”

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