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5 things you must do to prepare for a video job interview
Video interviews can be a great way to connect with a potential
employer without having to travel, but they are full of potential
pitfalls. So if you’re asked to participate in a video interview, you’ll
want to make sure you’re ready.
Here are five things you must do to prepare for a video interview.
1. Check your tech
Familiarize yourself with your webcam and microphone so you know how
they work. "Make sure that your audio and video come through clearly and
that there are no technical issues on your end that would hinder your
interview,” says Cheryl Palmer, owner of Call to Career.
"Also, the camera should be at eye-level so that you are looking
directly into the camera,” she explains. "It won't make a good first
impression if you are seen as looking down or looking up when speaking.”
2. Prep your surroundings
You may think the only thing the people on the other end of a video
interview can see is your face, but they will see some of your
surroundings too, Palmer says. "The room that you are in should look
neat and attractive and not be visually distracting. You also need to
avoid any auditory distractions such as a barking dog or a crying
child.” Also be sure to turn off the ringers of all the phones in the
"Mistakes we've seen include video interviews recorded in a coffee
shop with a very noisy background or in a bedroom with dirty laundry
scattered on the floor,” says Michael Yinger, Aon Hewitt's global lead
for recruitment process outsourcing delivery. "We've seen interviewees
dressed in a robe and children playing in the vicinity. We've also seen a
partially clad spouse running behind the person recording the
3. Look at your lighting
Put a light behind your computer so your face is illuminated, Palmer
says, and avoid casting shadows on your face. "You should also keep in
mind that the lighting can make your face shiny, so make sure that you
powder your face lightly (even if you're a man),” she says.
4. Dress to impress
It may be tempting to go pantsless just to say you did, but it’s not a
good idea. "Even though you are not interviewing for the position in
person, appearance still matters,” Palmer says. "When interviewing for a
professional position, you should still dress in a suit even though
only your top will be seen.”
5. Sit where you can speak freely
Don’t try to do a video interview from your current job if they don’t
know you’re looking at new opportunities. John Jakovenko, principal at
the Jakovenko Group, says he had to sit through a video interview from a
candidate who was hiding in a conference room and didn’t turn on the
"This effectively turned the video interview into an awkward phone
conversation where the interviewer was visible, but the candidate was
not,” he says. "The candidate was whispering so their employer didn't
find out they were interviewing. This demonstrated that candidate did
not have the courtesy to interview for another job offsite, and seemed
to lack the technological skills to operate a webcam.”