To accommodate the new normal of social distancing, most of us have to change the way we work and, naturally, the same goes to the way we look for jobs.
Movement restrictions have spurred employers to trial non-traditional work practices, be more flexible in workforce management and embrace technology on a scale that they would not have attempted otherwise.
The movement control order (MCO) has also drastically shifted how companies are engaging and hiring talent. Many hiring managers have replaced face-to-face interviews with teleconferencing options during the MCO period.
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