Posted-on March 2020 By Amy Bates
1. KEEP TECHNOLOGY SIMPLE
Do a trial run a day or two before you interview. Set up and test the camera and sound you will use for the actual interview.
2. NO VISUAL DISTRACTIONS
Make your surroundings clean and neat. The focus is on eye-contact with the candidate. Look at the camera with lean-forward body language and engage.
3. TREAT AS IF FACE-TO-FACE
You know what to expect; behavioural based questions, careful listening, smart follow-up questions, and strategic use of silence to encourage candidate engagement.