Global executive search firm Kincannon & Reed has been working remotely for more than 35 years facilitating video interviews long before it became a necessity. The firm recently shared with Hunt Scanlon Media some best practices to help clients and candidates prepare to engage remotely, present their best, and ultimately determine if this is someone you want to work with.
According to the search firm, both the interviewee and interviewer need to find a quiet, private space with appropriate lighting and, most importantly, low risk of interruption, according to Kincannon & Reed. “Consider the background as well. Remove any background items