Lights, Camera, Action!

Video interviewing is becoming more common in the hiring process. Advanced technology and the accessibility of video chat apps and programs give job seekers and employers face-to-face interaction without having to meet in person.

Although your job interview may take place in a casual atmosphere, that doesn’t mean you should have a casual attitude about it. It is still a job interview, with the same implications as an in-person office meeting.

Preparation and set up for the video interview are crucial. Consider this advice from our corporate partner, Travelers, as you set up, dress up and take on your next video interview.

Preparing for a Video Interview

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By Lisa McGuire
Lisa McGuire Associate Director, Corporate Partner Relations