You’ve applied to the remote job of your dreams, and it finally arrives: a message saying you’ve been granted an interview. Congratulations!
But now, you're wondering: what the interview will be like? How can I make a great impression on the hiring committee?
I’ve brought in a guest to share some tips for how to do just that: Carole Stizza of Relevant Insight. She’s an expert in HR and hiring practices and consults with individuals on how to improve their interviewing skills.
Carole's responses to some common questions about interviewing for work-at-home jobs are below.
How is an interview for a remote position different than one for a traditional position?
Interviewing remotely saves you the headache of traveling, traffic that might make you late, finding the right location, etc. — whew! That’s a load off your plate!
The drawback of having to interview remotely is the lack of physical connection: the handshake, the mannerisms of...