How to avoid bias with remote interviewing
Companies who hire remote employees can benefit many organisations as this brings in skills from all over the country or city.
But how tricky is it to interview remotely? How have firms that have continued to hire and train via technology found the experience?
Speaking to FT Adviser, Helena Bogdanovski, Head of Talent Acquisition for Foster Denovo, says: “Given an important aspect of being an adviser is the confidence and ability to communicate face-to-face, we did initially have some concerns over whether moving to video interviews would work as well.
“However, ultimately the video conferencing has worked incredibly well in being able to assess candidates and allowed us extra flexibility over when and how we can carry out interviews.”