Companies forced to get creative in hiring

A HIRE CALLING: Vanessa Volz, left, executive director for Sojourner House Inc., speaks with Hannah Woodhouse, the new education coordinator for Sojourner House, who underwent a virtual interview and onboarding process for her new job. / PBN PHOTO/MICHAEL SALERNO
A HIRE CALLING: Vanessa Volz, left, executive director for Sojourner House Inc., speaks with Hannah Woodhouse, the new education coordinator for Sojourner House, who underwent a virtual interview and onboarding process for her new job. / PBN PHOTO/MICHAEL SALERNO
It’s hard enough to virtually replicate a staff meeting among co-workers who already know each other. But to meet and interview job candidates by video call and decide whether to hire a complete stranger is an even greater challenge, and one that companies of all sizes and industries are grappling with amid the new work…

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