How to Determine Which Roles in Your Company are Remote-ready

When to a fully virtual work environment, it will be helpful for you to determine which roles will be remote-ready in 2022.
REMOTO WORKFORCE Team I Updated on - April 22, 2022
 

When transitioning to a fully remote workforce, it is essential to consider what positions within your company can be performed from home. What would job positions in your business be remote-ready in 2022?

In this blog post, we tell you everything you need to know about the factors that lead to identify which roles will be remote. Also, you will learn how to create a hiring strategy for remote job positions.

 

Factors that influence remote-ready positions

To decide which roles are remote-ready in your company, it is essential to take into account some factors. These factors will allow you to analyze the costs of having specific remote-ready positions in your company.

 

Your Company’s HR Policy

Does your RH policy contemplate remote work?

Are your work regulations and recruitment and hiring initiatives adapted to remote work?

Is your company committed to transitioning to a fully remote workforce? If the answer to these questions is positive, you can reflect on which roles are remote-ready.

Otherwise, you can begin to align the goals of your HR policy with the strategic planning of your company and then decide which positions are remote-ready.

In this blog post, you can learn more about the significance of coherence in a strategic approach to your HR management.

 

Is your HR department ready?

Another essential factor when identifying remote-ready positions is your HR department.

Do your company, recruiters, and RH employees have solid training to manage remote teams? Do they have the technological support to have this training?

 

How are your HR KPI’s going?

HR KPIs help ascertains how your HR policy is unfolding and if having ready-remote positions in your company will save costs in recruitment. Also, rely on KPIs

Lastly, you may want to consider HR metrics for determining what roles are ready to go remote.

Likewise, include KPIs in your HR reports help you understand the performance of your workers, the efficiency of your recruitment, hiring and onboarding initiatives, and how your goals are developing in your company.

Moreover, Through HR KPIs analytics, you will optimize the initiatives of your HR department concerning training and employees’ engagement.

For instance, time to hire and cost per hire estimations will allow you to notice how hiring and recruiting remote positions in your company will reduce payrolls and people ops costs.

By estimating these costs, you may create tactics to deal with ready-remote positions in 2022.

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Our top remote-ready job positions

Finally, Remoto Workforce suggests you incorporate these top ready-remote positions in your company depending on what market niche you are currently operating:

 

If you want to learn more about what exciting positions are ready-remote, check our job descriptions.

 

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