During the coronavirus pandemic, job seekers are less likely to go to an employer’s workplace for an in-person job interview. Many interviews will be done over the phone or videoconferencing platforms. We’ve already touched on phone interviews; here’s how to ace video interviews.
Video interviews can be more nerve-racking—and revealing—than phone interviews. With video, recruiters can see and read your body language. They can judge professional appearance and your general bearing. This first meeting is when you make indelible first impressions.