Why is online hiring the new norm for companies that accept digital?
With over 2,500 happy users a month, Tetrabyte, IT management technology specialists, are fast becoming the UK’s number one stop for SMEs. Their expertise combined with their determination to enforce high standards has seen them go stronger and stronger in the digital world.
According to Tetrabyte, the future is already here. With cloud-based remote operation in the new digital age and companies queuing up to get all employees to work online from home, cloud computing has really taken center stage as The Next Big Thing.
Cloud workspaces and remote workers
The last two years have seen us forced to work from home culture, whether we were prepared or not. Tetrabyte felt the weight of this as much as the next business, with many of its office customers suddenly closed for business. Gradually, things started to return to previous growth levels for this IT specialist. Because? Because even those who work from home need technical assistance.
When we think of the cloud, we think of ease of access, flexibility, security, and convenience. Cloud computing simply refers to work done over the Internet. Online hiring has become an integral part of all of this, especially with the advent of Covid-19 forcing everyone to close offices.
Cloud hiring saves money
While it may not be the preferred method for hiring everyone, finding new employees in the digital workspace has become easier than hiring them in the real world. Resumes can be uploaded to various sites, such as Indeed or Reed; employers can choose who they want to interview and all subsequent communications can be done via a video link.
You can examine employees online, research references, and submit inquiries. On top of all that, training can continue in the remote office, as the new employee works from home. New standards have been set for what to expect from WFH employees. The point at which we are driving is that the remote office can hire through Cloud services, make the employee perform their duties, without meeting in real life. All of this can happen with the power of the Internet, as long as you have the best of the best in terms of computer support and this is where Tetrabyte Limited comes in.
Head Hunting Online is easier
Above all, the need to waste hours scrolling through paper resumes has become obsolete. Not only is it a waste of paper, but it reduces your carbon footprint by saving paper and ultimately trees. Online head hunting involves a little research and some well-written emails. Now companies can have front-line staff without picking up the phone in the first place. Acquiring staff online could be the new normal for SMEs and Tetrabyte will ensure that your systems are always operational and efficient, which will leave you in a better position to hire new staff.