Before the Pandemic, the burden to prove the remote work concept fell on the employee, with the interview process questioning whether the possible employee could be successful in such an environment. However, the coin has been flipped and job seekers retain the position of power. For Employers and Hiring managers, it may be crucial to know and have answers for the most common questions.
Potential employees want to know whether a remote position will remain a remote position long term, as many in the workforce are wary that remote positions are nothing but short term recruiting strategies. Employees will also wonder if a remote position will affect their compensation, and employee will not be reserved when it comes to pay equity discussions.