How to Ace the Remote Job Interview
Being interviewed for a job over Zoom is vastly different than the traditional face-to-face interview to which most people are accustomed—and that is a good thing for those seeking work.
For starters, a remote interview helps level the playing field between job candidate and interviewer. The aura of authority that comes from an interviewer sitting behind a desk is gone; both parties are equally in front of their laptops. There is no awkwardness about making small talk on the way to the conference room. And since hiring managers also are working from home, they are psychologically removed from feeling as formal as they might in an office environment.