The Do’s and Don’ts of Interviewing Over Video

May 29, 2020

You received an invitation to an interview, but it’s a video interview. Now, you’re not sure what to expect. That’s OK. You’ve got this. Simply follow these do’s and don’ts for interviewing over video.  When Interviewing Over Video… Do  Take the Interview Seriously It’s tempting to think video interviews aren’t as serious as in-person meetings. However, this isn’t true. In fact,…

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The Best Platforms to Conduct a Video Interview

May 22, 2020

Between advances in technology, cost-cutting measures and social distancing, many companies have begun to leverage virtual interviews. If your organization is thinking about exploring a video format, you’ll want to find the best platform. Here’s an overview of five popular options (in alphabetical order).  myInterview  myInterview provides a video widget that can be easily added to your existing recruitment site. Their product includes invitations, analysis of candidate responses and 24-hour support. The basic plan…

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How to Come Out of a Crisis Stronger

May 15, 2020

The Coronavirus pandemic blindsided the world economy in early 2020. And in the face of skyrocketing unemployment and business closures, companies of all sizes wondered if they could weather the storm. But fortunately, hardship can build resolve too. Here are five tips to help your organization not only survive but also come out of a crisis stronger.  Support Your Employees  Tough times led to…

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Essential Workers: How to Keep Your Family Healthy at Home

May 8, 2020

If you are an essential worker, you NEED to report to your job every day despite lockdown orders. Certainly, this puts both you and the people you live with at greater risk. Follow these simple tips to help keep your family healthy at home.  Change Your Clothes  Although research suggests Coronavirus doesn’t survive long on soft surfaces, many essential workers feel more…

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