How to Hire Remote Workers | Our Recruitment Process with Remote Company Insights

Whether you’re a fully distributed team or just taking your first steps into the world of remote work, there are a few things to consider when hiring a remote worker. To help you set up your own strategy, we’re sharing our recruitment process, including the characteristics we specifically look for in potential remote work candidates. We also cover some tips from the big players in remote work: GitHub, Hubstaff and Doist.

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Mar 25, 2019
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Whether you’re a fully distributed team or just taking your first steps into the world of remote work, there are a few things to consider when hiring a remote worker.

To help you set up your own strategy, we’re sharing our recruitment process, including the characteristics we specifically look for in potential remote work candidates.  We also cover some tips from the big players in remote work: GitHubHubstaff and Doist.

The Shield GEO recruitment process

Our recruitment process is continuously evolving as we grow and change as a company. We first began with a very simple system of a manual CV review, looking out for reputable Universities, grades and notable business’ experience in their previous work section. 

We’ve come a long way.

Currently, we use a multi-step process designed to quickly and efficiently sort potential candidates based on key parameters we think make good remote workers...read more

Shield GEO makes international employment simple. Our customers use Shield GEO to employ and payroll hundreds of workers in over fifty countries. Find out more. 

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Tim Burgess

Director, Shield GEO Services Ltd

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