BASIC INTERVIEW SKILLS STILL MATTER
In 2020, the Harvard Business Review watched and analyzed more than 500 virtual interviews, looking at recruiter and job candidate responses, length of interview, aesthetics (background, lighting, etc.) and participant engagement, among other factors.
Of the 72% of job candidates observed who didn’t receive job offers, about 80% seemed distracted, appeared to be reading from a script and failed to engage the recruiter in a meaningful way.
Of the 28% of candidates who received job offers, about 90% had a strong virtual presence, displayed confidence and were able to communicate clearly and establish a natural rapport with their interviewers.
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