Microsoft Korea has adapted to its times faster than the many companies that are still determined to find talent in person and return to the pre-pandemic times. Microsoft Korea knows those days are over and is working its processes, including basic recruiting tactics, to make them more remote-friendly to meet today’s hybrid needs.
Microsoft Korea’s “Unbox, Explore, Celebrate” event ran for two hours on Friday, July 30, 2021 (via The Korea Times). It was designed to find job seekers ready to take on the challenges of hybrid work.
Microsoft Korea Country Manager Lee Ji-eun said she hopes the career fair will help talented people develop during a time of extreme unemployment and a pandemic.
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The event took place via Microsoft Teams. During the event, Microsoft Korea employees gave job seekers an overview of Microsoft Korea’s recruitment process. Microsoft Learn was also featured at the event.
It’s no secret that remote working has become the go-to for millions and millions of people around the world, especially with COVID-19 outbreaks reminding people of the benefits of never having to put on feet in an office. This is undoubtedly a big part of why Microsoft Teams now has 250 million monthly active users, all of whom log into Teams to chat with each other when in-person conversations aren’t possible.
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