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How to create a job ad that differentiates between different kind of work from home policies so potential candidates know what to expect.

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Written by Jazmyne Behnke
Updated over a week ago

In an ever-changing world, it is important to make sure that your job ads differentiate between specific perks or features, such as working from home. In light of the COVID-19 pandemic, we have seen a huge shift in more companies adopting work from home policies that will either keep a company fully remote from this point forward or help them transition back to a more traditional office setting once the pandemic is over. If you find yourself in a situation where you have a work-from-home policy and are hiring, it is important to let potential candidates know what kind of remote policy you have at your office.

Just as you are about to click that "Post Ad" button, you will see a required field that asks "Is this job remote?" - you can choose from the following options: No or Fully Remote.

  1. "No" simply means the job you are hiring for does not have remote work options and the candidate must work from the office. This option can also be used if you offer "Work from Home Flexibility" in which you are flexible with letting employees work from home for periods of time, but there is still an office setting to report to and that they may be asked to come in now and then.

  2. "Fully Remote" means the job you are hiring for is fully remote and will not ever require the candidate to come into the office. We will automatically insert "This is a remote position" at the end of your job description if you choose this option.

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