Remote job interview on the horizon? Expect more and more due to the global pandemic and perhaps also in the future as part of whatever becomes the “New Normal”. Interviews generally are nerve-wracking, especially for nervous people, but read up on all you can so you can ace your in-house interview! The more interviews you do, the better you will get at it. Practice makes perfect!
“Experts predict that more than half of US jobs are at risk because of coronavirus, as companies lay off staff and put in place hiring freezes. But many–the likes of Slack, Apple, and Microsoft—are still looking to build out their teams…What has changed is the process. Whereas just a few weeks ago, you could have expected to have a phone conversation followed by an in-person interview, today, most companies have moved to remote recruiting. The question is, how can you win over a recruiter when you’ll likely never meet them in person? To find out, I asked some of my peers from the world of recruitment, people making the hiring decisions at some of America’s top tech companies and startups. Here’s what you need to know to nail a remote job interview.”
Read: Former Google recruiter: Here’s how to ace a remote job interview at FastCompany