With the ongoing Covid-19 epidemic, remote working is – for the time being at least – a necessity for all professionals. But the need for business-critical talent hasn’t stopped and organisations across all sectors are adapting to the changing landscape and adopting video interviewing to maintain hiring momentum.
Even prior to the current obstacles, we have been seeing more and more employers utilising virtual tools to conduct candidate assessments for the first round of the formal interview process.
During these uncertain times we are supporting businesses and professionals with the aim of maximising the opportunities resulting from virtual interview. While the questions and conversations will remain the same, video interviewing presents a different challenge and format. In this guide we outline the key considerations when preparing for a video interview and offer some helpful tips.