It seems these days more and more employers begin the interview process with less and less human interaction. After a brief phone screen eligible candidates must tackle a video interview before ever crossing the office threshold and shaking an interviewer’s hand. To be sure, there are benefits of video interviewing. For example, it saves both the candidate and the employer time by lessening the hubbub around meeting in person (e.g., commuting for the candidate; making your desk look presentable if you are the employer). It also provides an interesting medium for employer’s to gauge a candidate’s behavior and presentation skills. There are specific tips for candidates to remember during video interviews to virtually impress. And yes, it includes wearing pants.
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