Say no to conventional hiring!
The premise is if organizations should still go through
long cycles of hiring talent, vendors, ramp up, and ramp down.
Getting On-Demand Talent a Better Choice?
Today organizations are dealing with critical talent
shortage issues. Project deadlines are putting enormous pressure on technical
teams and the HR departments to hire the right talent in a short span of
They reach out to tens and hundreds of professionals for
every position and have them undergo long scrutiny process, multiple
interviews, and yet have no luck in finding the right talent. This process
results in finding someone who may not match the exact needs of the
technology making it easier to communicate and collaborate, it is about time
that organizations and professionals encourage the idea of remote working to
find the right person for the right job.
The idea of remote working has a comprehensive and
flexible spectrum. From saving office expenses to lessened commuting costs to
saving time, there are several advantages that remote working brings
show that more than 4.3 million people all across the United States prefer
working from home almost half of the year.
Is a Remote Job?
Ever since the advent of a consistent and reliable
broadband connection, people have shown preference in working remotely over working
in office spaces. There has been a significant upward rising trend for remote
workers since then.
growing popularity of remote work is based on the benefits that it has to offer
to both the employer and the employee.
Other than a physical separation from the dreaded
cubicles, remote working has advantages like flexible hours and saving money and
time on the commute. A study has
revealed that the trend of commuting has overturned after people have readily
started to accept remote working solutions.
It has been estimated that by 2025, more than 70 percent
of the working force will be working at least five days remotely in a month.
Remote Operations and Recruitment
Companies are taking to become fully remote operations.
Almost 8 percent of the workers in the United States have said in a survey that
they turn down an opportunity that does not allow flexible working.
show that as of 2014, only 2 percent of the companies had become fully remote
companies with no headquarters, which has risen to 16 percent by the year 2018.
The recruitment and HR section of companies will find a
boost in talent finding from the vast pool of endowed remote workers from
across the world. It will no longer be limited to office space and face-to-face
The teams will be able to find the perfect match for a
position from premium-quality employees who have a higher potential and
Remote working improves the diversity of choice, thus
avoiding the monoculture in office spaces. Especially during problem-solving
situations, diversity in the working force allows individuals to have different
perspectives. They are exposed to various people of varied experiences, which
proves to be extremely helpful.
Gallup State of the American Workplace shows that the percentage of employees
working fully remote has gone up to 20 percent as compared to 15 percent in 2015.
This movement has opened up the possibility to work even
for people who have restrictions to commute, like those with medical conditions
and also parents looking after their children at home.
The Gallup survey has
further shown that by 2016, workers have reported working remotely and from
outside office spaces almost 80 percent of the time than the 24 percent in
Statistics show that over 63 percent of the US working
population believes that the eight-hour workday idea will soon become
We are progressing to a world that encourages and
teaches the value of remote working. Over 49 percent of the US employers allow
employees to work at their feasible and flexible hours.
A survey asking, “Does anyone work fully remote in your
organization?” has received 69 percent positive answers from respondents.
Now that technology lets us communicate faster and in various
ways, collaborating has never been easier. The most traditional workspaces have
also started realizing and implementing remote work culture. So much so that
the VR technology lets you operate in a virtual office.
Flexibility and work-life balance are a vital part of
regular working arrangements which have been eased manifold with the remote
working movement. This maintains a healthy mental and stress standard, which in
turn improves the quality of work.
a FlexJobs survey in
2018, it shows that more than 97 percent of the respondents have an improved
quality of work and life.
Flexible working arrangements can be a blessing for both
the employee and the employer. It is a win-win situation where productivity is
raised while promoting a healthy work-life balance.
The increased access to talent from all across the globe
is a unique advantage of remote working. It allows you to find the best persons
suited for a position or job.
Being a part of this movement with AIDOOS, it seems to be a game-changer.
Getting work done could not be simpler with the use of the extraordinary
AI-powered engine and management skills in here.
Our clients can sit back and relax while we at AIDOOS
find the perfect match for each and every job and get it done in no time at a
healthy cost to the company.
A recent study of the US Patent and Trade office workers by Harvard Business Review has revealed that remote working has
increased the productivity of the employees by 4.4 percent.