A recent Global Hiring Landscape survey conducted by HireVue shows how 1,142 responding hiring managers across the U.S., U.K. and Australia transformed their hiring practices during the pandemic and examines the unique role technology plays in organizations of all sizes.

According to a report in Inc.com, the survey shows that hiring managers are improving the process by prioritizing three things: speeding up the hiring experience, spending more time engaging with candidates and sourcing diverse talent.

Here’s how those things played out during the pandemic, along with ways to leverage these findings, even in person:

1. Virtual interviews make for a speedier recruitment process. By hosting virtual interviews, which have little-to-no commute or wait times, you can manage your day-to-day schedule more effectively, while filling more time slots for interviews. While over-the-phone screenings have been a traditional first step in the hiring process, virtual meetings also give you a better sense of each candidate.

2. Focus on candidate connection. With the new standard (and vulnerability) of working and conducting an interview from home, virtual interviews are naturally a bit more casual. Don’t be afraid to share how your remote work experience has been since this is an inviting way for the interviewee to share how they’ve been managing work-life balance and work ethic and to find commonalities that could fit in your organization’s work culture.

3. Seek diverse talent. With the drastic change of workplace structure, you’ll want candidates who do more than fit the job description; you want people who go beyond expectations. Find out if they have transferable skills from past work and personal experiences that could benefit your team beyond a remote setting.