They're not that good, to be honest. Some cheat on the time tracker. You have to interview them really well first and see their credentials before hiring them.
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Remote employees are becoming more and more common place in today's business world.
Our very own Steve Strauss has written a great article on "Tips for Making Smart Hires" as it pertains to remote employees.
Can anyone else here share their personal tips? How did you get the word out that you were hiring?
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There are indeed some great tips from Steve in the article Beth shared!
It is always difficult to quantify when one is working remotely. I completely agree with jbella and would give more stress on the selection of the right candidate, who can think out of the box and backs his judgment and takes the decisions on his own once he/she understands the broad framework of your expectations.
This is surely an idea whose time has come and will soon be a mainstream job if it's not so already!
Thanks for feedback.
I'm considering in hiring remote sale people. I have read a lot of articles. Tried posting classified ads on indeed.com but the response rate was low. If anyone has experiences in working with remote sales people, I would like to hear your experiences. Thanks.