How To Assess Culture Fit When Hiring Remotely?Remote Management
According to TriveMap’s survey conducted in 2018, about 96% of HR leaders think that hiring for cultural fit can be key for the organization. When you hire employees that are in line with the company’s values, they are more likely to stay for the long term; workers are motivated and productive which results in higher job satisfaction. And finally, if your remote workers have the same core values as you have, they tend to form better relationships with each other, and this contributes to the company’s overall success.
How to assess whether a person is a good fit for your company?
This might be difficult even in face-to-face interviews. But when it comes to hiring remote workers, a whole new list of challenges might come up. Here are some ideas on how to assess if an employee is a culture fit for your company.
- Clearly define your company’s culture
- Prioritize your job description
- Ask relevant questions
- Conduct behavioral interviewing
- Use video interviews
- Talk openly about the culture
- Test their skills in a real working environment.
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