Amid the media noise about today’s economic climate and corresponding U.S. Jobless Rate, you would that think it’d be easy to find a “right fit” for your virtual team. At least that’s what I thought. But, if you have ever been charged with the arduous task of identifying new associates for a virtual workplace, you know that’s not necessarily the case.
Sure, there are tons of people who would like to work from home. Simply Virtual is flooded with resumes from people all across the country who want flexibility and desire to make their own rules. It makes the job that much harder, to wade through the many well-intentioned, corporate trained folks who rarely consider how they might feel after cooking under the pressure of isolation, results focused productivity standards and stress that accompanies a typical work at home role.