Prepared for Your Video Interview?
by Jason Nemoy
For those that in are in transition, companies may decide to engage in a video interview vs. in-person. For some of us, it can be a little awkward or uncomfortable simply because it might be a first time. So let’s ensure we’re ready to go: notes prepared and in front of you, quiet space (no dogs barking please!), great lighting, dress to the 9’s, maybe even practice talking to the camera. Anything else? Most important, go with the flow and have fun with the experience. Be creative.