How to hire remotely webinar

To help companies navigating the transition from a face-to-face, to a remote-first recruitment process – and to coincide with the publication of our free How to Hire Remotely guide – we pulled together an esteemed, expert panel in episode six of our Lockdown Webinar Series to discuss, yep, you’ve guessed it: how to hire remotely.

The 45-minute session was broadcast and recorded live on Thursday, 28 May 2020 from our CEO’s living room and, if you missed it, you can watch the full video (below) to:

  • Hear from the CEO of Sensée, who rapidly scaled its recruitment activity to double headcount to over 1,000 people during the first eight weeks of lockdown
  • Learn what it feels like to be a candidate that’s recruited and onboarded remotely, courtesy of Joe Terry, a Content Manager who recently joined London-based fintech, Yapily
  • Listen to Safe Hammad, the co-founder and CTO of psychometric testing platform, Arctic Shores, talk through his learnings as his firm adapts to remote hiring
  • Get a first-hand account of how other companies approach sourcing and assessing candidates remotely
  • Ensure you, your team and/or hiring managers at your firm don’t fall foul of good video interviewing etiquette, adhere to best practice and lookout for unconscious bias
  • Get a sense of how to approach remote onboarding and integration, and support new remote workers

Before you go a reminder that, if you haven’t already downloaded your complimentary copy of the How to hire remotely eBook, you can grab your copy here.

And, finally, to learn more about how Hiring Hub’s recruiter marketplace can help you find and work (remotely) with the best specialist recruitment consultancies in the UK to:

  1. Find better quality candidates by widening your candidate search
  2. Fill technical, senior positions in an average of just 20 days
  3. Get clarity and uniformity of recruiter fees and terms

Please schedule your online demo here or, alternatively, if you prefer not to speak to sales (we get it!), you can just post a job here and give the marketplace a test drive.




Originally published 1st June 2020