The pandemic has made remote and hybrid work arrangements mainstream. But it has also given managers a unique opportunity to bring different talent to their teams from all over the country and the globe. That being said, it’s also important to think about how those new hires will work and be managed in a remote setting.
It takes a certain skill set to succeed in a remote work environment, so it’s vital to identify some key traits that will set a candidate up for success. Below, nine members of Young Entrepreneur Council shared the qualifications they’ve been looking for in new hires lately, especially those who will be working remotely.
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