Today, many organizations utilize technology to make their hiring process more efficient. The use of phone or video interviews is becoming increasingly more common and can help employers bridge large geographical distances or narrow the candidate pool before offering in-person interviews, which take up much more time for both the employer and candidate.
Although you want to treat these types of interviews with the same level of diligence as any other interview, there are several different aspects to think about. More so, there are different things that can go wrong.
Here are eight ways to prepare you for both a phone and video interview:
Being aware of these tips may help you proceed to the next round of in-person interviews, where you can dazzle them with your true self!