Interviewing While Working from Home in a Pandemic
As companies increasingly tell their employees to work from home until the coronavirus pandemic gets under control, job seekers are finding that potential employers are switching in-person interviews to video. Sarah Johnston, the founder of Briefcase Coach, told #GetHired that people should prepare a quiet setting with good lighting and a neutral background for their interviews. Most importantly, she said job seekers should request specific information about the company’s timeline and hiring plans during the outbreak. She said they should also be sure to tell interviewers how excited they are about the position.
What are your tips for video interviews?