What are the elements that make a home office conducive for remote work? The author explains that it is always important to have a quiet and tidy workspace. This communicates to hiring managers that you have the ability to focus and stay organized in a remote office setting.
- If you live in a studio apartment with your three dogs,…and a roommate that likes to have band practice at 11 AM,…remote hiring managers might be a bit skeptical…of your abilities to get work done at home.…In this video, you will learn what remote hiring managers…will expect from a home office,…and a few tips on keeping your home office…a happy and healthy place to stay productive.…First off, for most remote jobs,…a computer and an internet connection are required.…So yes, having a computer that has strong access…to the internet is essential.…
Next, you'll want to find a space that is nice and quiet.…The last thing you want is to be on a phone call…and have your boss hear TV noise, your roommates,…or dishes being done in the background.…So, if possible, find a place where you can shut the door…so you can keep things quiet in an important meeting.…In my case,…if there's someone using the vacuum in the living room,…I'll just go to my bedroom and shut the door,…or go to my outside patio.…You'll also want to make sure this place is well-lit.…
- Explain the benefits of a remote job position.
- Identify three technologies a person should master in order to work effectively in a remote position.
- Determine what to do if a recruiter asks for sensitive information before describing a job.
- Recognize three important things to consider when preparing for a remote interview.
- Determine the most important question to ask during a hiring interview.
- Summarize the next action to take after receiving a compensation offer.