Although remote working was a trend that was already catching up fast, the pandemic and ensuing lockdown, accelerated its realization. Many industries, including those that were not traditionally predisposed to such a lifestyle, had to switch to work-from-home (WFH). It seems the trend is here to stay.
Associated with the trend in remote jobs is remote hiring. Now, most of the processes involved in hiring workers are done entirely in the virtual space. This includes remote interviews.
Since remote working and interviews are still relatively new, people still find them a bit overwhelming. As an interviewer, you really don’t want to hire wrongly because you failed to conduct a proper interview. Here, we outline tips to prep interviewers on conducting interviews remotely.
These tips are from us at F.H. Cann & Associates. Here, we help facilitate the future of business, changing the workplace as we used to know it.
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