While nothing compares to the old-fashioned, face-to-face, in-person employment interview, all employers today have had to adapt to the challenges brought on by the pandemic and social distancing. Employers have realized the time and cost efficiencies video interviewing offers, even if it’s new for the candidate.
Astute employers have learned a few important details to maximize the experience and help to put their candidates at ease with this generally awkward moment. As an employer, be prepared to assist and recommend adjustments at the beginning of the conversation so the time may be focused on the conversation rather than the distractions.
– Drew Siler, Paul Mitchell Talent Management Group