How to Hire Effective Workshifters: 7 Signs and How to Evaluate Them

How to Hire Effective Workshifters: 7 Signs and How to Evaluate Them

October 27, 2009

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Hiring teleworkers is a stressful experience. Work shifting takes a specific set of skills that are difficult to evaluate in an interview. Even worse, it takes a lot of time and money to find out that you hired the wrong person.

That’s why I created a system for evaluating which candidates make good teleworkers. It looks at seven talents of effective teleworkers and gives you tips for how to evaluate them. Teleworkers are a diverse and talented group of people, but every successful teleworker I’ve spoken with has each of these seven talents.

So check out How to Hire Effective Workshifters: 7 Signs and How to Evaluate Them over at Work Shifting.

This article will change the way you think about hiring work shifters (I’ll admit I’m a little biased), but there’s something missing. You need something to take with you for the interview. That’s why I created the Hiring Work Shifters Cheat Sheet.

So read the article, download the cheat sheet, and let us know how they work for you.

Check it out

Read How to Hire Effective Workshifters: 7 Signs and How to Evaluate Them at Work Shifting.

Then download the free Hiring Work Shifters Cheat Sheet.

This photo by mokolabs is used in accordance with the CC BY-NC-ND 2.0 license.

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