If you’re looking for a new gig at the moment, the odds of you meeting your prospective employer face to face any time soon are unlikely. During a period of social distancing and self-isolation, even a simple in-person interview would put others at risk. Luckily, free video-conferencing software can easily replace in-person interviews, and more and more companies are turning to them to keep the hiring process moving.
While the usual interviewing rules still apply, acing a video interview requires a bit more prep — and a bit more self-awareness. Whether you’ve done scores of video interviews or are prepping for your first one, follow these tips to make your next on-screen interview a success.