The coronavirus pandemic has shaken up the world of work. Due to the lockdown and social distancing measures enforced by the UK Government, staff were moved, where possible, to remote working arrangements to contain the spread of the virus. As a result, organisations have had to reimagine some of the ways in which they would typically operate, including the methods that they would rely on to interview and recruit new talent, among others. This is supported by data from the research and advisory body, Gartner, which found that 86% of employers have incorporated new technology to help them conduct virtual interviews throughout the pandemic. Throughout the pandemic, some organisations like PwC and Netflix were said to have temporarily put the brakes on hiring, while other companies...
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