In this economy, prospective employers are looking to save money wherever possible, and telephone interviews can be a cost-effective way to screen candidates before deciding on face-to-face interviews. Just because the interviewer can't see you doesn't mean you should take phone interviews less seriously, because they are often a make-or-break situation for job candidates, warn consultants Valerie Fontaine and Roberta Kass. They discuss how to handle phone interviews if opportunity comes calling on you.
Interview Strategies: Telephone Interviews, Without the Hang-Ups
Special to Law.com
January 19, 2010