Support for hiring remote staff with AAI

As the information and protocol around COVID-19 continues to dominate the news in the UK, there is understandably increasing uncertainty around how to keep things ticking over.
The best advice we’ve heard is to keep safe, keep smiling and keep doing business.

Some businesses have enacted hiring freezes and it looks like many may lose their jobs.

Simultaneously, there are still countless talented graduates, returners, freelancers and digital nomads out there looking for work.

Something AAI offer, that may be helpful, is advice on hiring remote, temporary staff for urgent projects.
Much of our audience is used to working from home and AAI itself has been a virtual company for 10 years. We understand how this works.

Hiring people and paying them by the hour reduces risk, helps you delegate tasks that need to be done and most importantly ensures that your business isn’t losing momentum.
This can even be done under a freelance model with the wages managed by AAI.

AAI has a wonderful audience of motivated people who can support you with tasks such as:

  • Research
  • Admin
  • Design
  • Copywriting
  • Social Media Marketing & Management
  • Video Editing
  • Ad Hoc Operational Support
  • Engineering & IT

Our team could move quickly with the advert creation and promotion before shortlisting and screening your candidates, leaving you to get on with what’s important.

As the situation develops, we can still ensure we maintain whatever level of operational consistency is possible for our employees, our clients and our brands.

Find out more on how AAI can support with remote, hourly/weekly/monthly staff HERE or go straight to filling out the form below.

 

You can also talk to AAI about accessing the Furlough Army.


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    published this page in Latest News 2020-04-02 12:14:42 +0100


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