For many employers, the pandemic expedited their use of video interviewing, with some estimating that over 80% of companies used video calls to screen candidates.
Even as employees trickle back into the office, video interviews are likely here to stay, as they offer some clear benefits over traditional, in-person interviews. Most notably, video interviews allow for a more efficient process, eliminating the need for travel, fighting traffic, and finding (and paying for) parking. The result is a much more streamlined scheduling and interviewing process. (more…)
Looking for a new job? It’s a good time to take a step back and consider whether you want to switch industries too. If you’re not happy where you are, this could be the perfect opportunity to pursue that dream career you’ve always wanted to. So how can you prepare for an interview when you’re making a big career transition? Here are some tips. (more…)
These days, interviewing virtually is becoming the norm. However, a Zoom call feels far different than an in-person interview. You still have to make the best impression, all while stressing about the potential for technical glitches, where to look on the screen, and whether a noisy neighbor will distract you.
The good news is that there are steps you can take to prepare for video interviews, so you ace them and land the offer. (more…)
Getting ready for a video interview for your dream job?
Video interviews have become increasingly commonplace in the hiring process. In fact, video technology is being used by at least 60% of hiring managers and recruiters. (more…)
There are many interview questions that are tricky to answer. You might feel put on the spot or have a hard time promoting your skills and abilities. One of the more challenging ones is “why should we hire you?” You want to answer it in a way that positions you as competent and capable, yet you don’t want to come across as arrogant. How can you strike the right balance? Here are some tips for answering this difficult question. (more…)
When it comes to your interview performance, you have to focus on more than just what you say, but also how you say it. In fact, you could give all the right answers, yet if your body language says otherwise, it’s not going to make a favorable impression. What are some bad habits to avoid? Here’s a look. (more…)