By Kristin P. Leonato, Associate Director, Strategic Initiatives, University Career Services
“Job interviews are the worst,” shared one of my University Career Services colleagues when she interviewed for her current role. Perhaps you agree? Interviews often feel like “the worst” for the people on both sides of the hiring process; hiring decisions have long-term impacts on an organization and for the person being interviewed. Yet interviews are also an opportunity for everyone involved to learn more and think critically about the best way to move forward.
For some, virtual job interviews feel even more complicated or overwhelming compared to in-person interviews. Adding the layer of technology can create …