Consider some best practices for having a remote meeting or job interview. While not being in-person has its benefits, there is some required protocol and pre-planning that needs to happen. Meetings should be conducted in a quiet, clean, and well-lit area to give the best impression.
- Tell me if this sounds like…a familiar interview experience:…sweaty palms, stiff suits, awkward waiting rooms?…Not exactly a barrel of laughs, right?…Remote job interviews are a bit different,…and in my opinion, much more comfortable.…Don't let your guard down completely, though.…If you think you can do the interview in your PJ's,…think again.…Conducting a phone or video interview for a remote job…can be done in a comfortable location.…But there's still planning and protocol…that needs to happen.…In this video, I will share with you some techniques…I've used to pull off an amazing phone or video interview.…
Let's start with what a successful phone interview…looks like.…Most importantly, pick a quiet place.…All of the hiring manager has to go off of is…your voice and the sound coming through the other line.…So, my advice, don't take a phone interview…pulled over on the side of the road…while other cars are blaring by.…I actually did that once.…I literally had an interviewer ask me…if I was on the freeway.…Let's just say…
- Explain the benefits of a remote job position.
- Identify three technologies a person should master in order to work effectively in a remote position.
- Determine what to do if a recruiter asks for sensitive information before describing a job.
- Recognize three important things to consider when preparing for a remote interview.
- Determine the most important question to ask during a hiring interview.
- Summarize the next action to take after receiving a compensation offer.