This Working Life: Six tips for conducting online interviews

Virtual job interviews can be nerve-wracking for candidates – but the process can be difficult for employers too. Here‘s how to make it easier

29th November, 2020
This Working Life: Six tips for conducting online interviews
If you are unsure of your video conferencing tool, do some trial runs and ensure you feel at ease with the format

We’ve heard plenty in recent months about the ins and outs of online interviewing for jobs. Virtual or remote interviewing is new to many candidates who have had to get to grips with the practice for the first time this year.

It’s worth noting, however, that the process is also new to many employers. Just as it may add to the nerves for candidates applying for jobs, it also adds to the complexity...

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