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Ninety percent women are comfortable with a virtual hiring process: JobsForHer

The JobsForHer survey also revealed that 40% of women professionals prefer jobs with flexible working options in post-COVID world

JobsForHer recently conducted a survey around women professionals and job seekers. The survey that gathered the opinions of 1000 women professionals, revealed that over 40% of respondents consider ‘flexible options that allow a certain amount of work from home’ in the post-COVID world as the deciding factor when it comes to their jobs. The option of working from home and/or visiting the office only when required is the best one according to them as they adapt to the changing corporate world and family needs.

Speaking on the findings, Neha Bagaria, founder and CEO, JobsForHer, said: “This in tandem with the 62% increase in job applications that JobsForHer saw on its platform between April and July and a 55% average increase in the number of work-from-home jobs posted by companies. We hope to see more companies hire capable women professionals to fill their roles in the coming months”.

To understand how women job seekers are viewing the recent shift to virtual recruitment, another survey conducted on the platform showed that out of 1000+ respondents, 90% women were comfortable with the virtual hiring process as it saves time and is convenient because it opens up plenty other opportunities to attend interviews at otherwise far-away locations thereby cutting down on the commute.

JobsForHer is alaos gearing up for its biggest virtual career event – HerRising 2020 for women professionals across the country on September 19th. Aimed at bridging the gender gap at work, the overarching goal of the event is to provide jobs to women professionals who are ready to start, restart and rise in their careers.

“With over 3000 women and 50+ companies participating in this event, it is heartening to note that despite the pandemic, candidates and employers are stepping up to the challenge”, said Neha Bagaria, Founder & CEO, JobsForHer, sharing her views.

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