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Your Guide to Remote HR Jobs

Published on
October 8, 2021

The COVID-19 pandemic has been the catalyst for online work. Now, many of us are enjoying the freedoms and flexibility that come with remote jobs like being able to work from any location, and managing your schedule to work around your personal life.

It has been a great change of pace for lots of people, but it has also been disruptive for other parts of the global workforce. Not everyone has had access to a computer or is able to move to remote work because their jobs require them to work in-person.

For the companies that have successfully migrated to remote work for the foreseeable future, their employees have had to adapt very quickly to the new normal and find solutions to the new, digital landscape of their work and company culture. Along with most teams at companies, human resource departments also went fully remote. 

Now, many companies are permanently remote. The good news is, if you’re looking for remote HR jobs, there is now a whole stream of online work opportunities!

 

Where to Start 

One of the most important parts of starting your job search is determining what matters to you most in a new role. One way you can do this is to grow self-awareness about the way you work with a career personality test, like Teal’s Work Styles Assessment

Once you know what kind of role you’d thrive in, it’s time to start job searching. The beautiful thing about living in the modern age is we have access to online job portals where new full-time and part-time job positions are available. 

 

Online Platforms for Remote HR Jobs 

LinkedIn

LinkedIn is the most frequented job board online. Almost everyone uses it when they are starting out on a job search, and a huge number of jobs are posted there everyday. There are thousands of remote HR jobs posted here, and you can find them by searching for whatever role/title you desire and adding a “remote” filter to the location.

 

Angel.co 

When you are looking for remote HR jobs, Angel.co is a fantastic choice. It has a whole variety of job postings that are primarily at startups. Increasingly, more and more startups are choosing to be remote. This is because of a multitude of reasons, but some main ones are that if the companies started during the pandemic, they haven’t needed to find office space. Another reason is that startups typically try to keep their costs low, and having a remote team allows them to hire talent from areas where salaries can be lower, like outside of major cities.

  

 Indeed.com 

Indeed is one of the largest job boards in terms of total indexed roles. It allows job seekers to filter roles by “remote” only, similar to LinkedIn.

 

Remote.co 

This site only lists fully remote jobs, often at remote only or remote first organizations. Their job listings focus on roles in the recruiting sector of HR.

 

Flexjobs 

Offers a paid subscription service for job seekers by providing flexible and remote HR jobs. The site provides curated and vetted job listings that could be a great fit if you’re open to contract or part-time work.

 

Glassdoor.com 

For people living in the US, Glassdoor is great for finding remote work. This is because the aim of Glassdoor is to be transparent about the policies and procedures that job seekers look for in a workplace. This site allows job seekers to calculate average salary, premium salary day, and other vital job information in connection with the company they apply to. You can filter for remote jobs here, and also get access to tons of other helpful information about the company and role.

 

HR Jobs and the Future of the Workplace 

As the world navigates these rocky waters with remote work and virtual workspaces, there is an increasing need for high-quality HR employees.  The Cognizant Center for Future of Work and Future Workplace created a study to determine the impact COVID-19 will have on HR jobs. The results proved that there could be 60 new HR titles post-pandemic! These jobs range from HR data detectives to Director of Well-Being, and may be possible with the help of information technology. There is something for everyone amongst these options! 

 

 

Enjoy the Ride

Finding the right job for you can be extremely tiring and repetitive. It can leave you feeling stressed and unmotivated. But, there are ways to mitigate that stress and stay motivated throughout the entire process.

 Utilizing multiple job boards is one of the best ways to find and land a remote HR job, but keeping track of all of the different job listings can be taxing and add to stress. Teal offers a free job tracking tool that uses a Chrome extension to save a job from any job board and adds it to your Job Tracker. Using a tool like this while searching for remote HR jobs can save you a ton of time and help you land a job faster.

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