Prep like a pro
Avoid the fluster of trying to locate your candidate’s CV at the last second by having it all loaded up and ready to go.
Consider splitting your screen so you can see the candidate one side and docs the other.
Spare 5 minutes before you dial on to the call, to take a read and refresh your thoughts on their profile.
Small talk shrinks nerves
Being interviewed online might not be everyone’s cup of tea.
Allow some extra time at the start of an interview to help your candidate feel at ease.
Making small talk, being open and sharing a bit about you might help to settle their nerves.
Get your glad rags on
Interviewing in your sweats, probably isn’t the best look.
Thinking about what you’d usually wear for an interview and taking the time to look as slick as a whistle, is much more our style.
Ditch the distractions
Power down your email to stop pop ups, find a quiet space where you won’t be disturbed and switch your phone to silent.
Avoiding distractions will allow you to focus on being an interviewing superhero.