As the U.S. continues to face the impact of COVID-19 into the late summer of 2020, most workplaces have made the adjustment to working from home to combat the threats of the pandemic. Workers and recruiters alike have begun looking forward to the future, wondering what changes will be permanent.
This big “work-from-home” experiment may have shifted their opinions on working from home, and some corporations are making plans for this to be a permanent shift, even after the threat of COVID-19 decreases.
Checkster conducted a survey of 400 recruiters or individuals working in talent acquisition from across the United States.
Read the report to find out:
- The trends of HR decisions regarding working from home and whether to do so permanently
- If recruiters believe working apart is for better or worse
- What tools and techniques are being used to optimize working remotely