Tag: Presenting

6 video tips to nail your video interview

Tip #1: Test front light exposure You neither want too little light (you will appear dark and yellow) nor too much (pale and washed-out blue or white). Don’t sit with the window behind you, the overhead lighting casts… Read More

The first impression

They say that the first impression is the last impression. It only takes three to five seconds for someone to evaluate and form an opinion about you. That’s why many recruiters make a decision about wether to hire… Read More

Video Pitch – Your golden ticket to an attention-grabbing application

A video pitch is a 30 seconds bundle of potential, personality and added value. Basically it is a 30 seconds video in which you can quickly introduce yourself, talk about your motivation or elaborate on a skill or… Read More

“Fake-it-‘til-you-make-it” – The Right Approach for a Successful Video Interview?

More and more companies are now using online interviews in their hiring process. This gives the applicant the possibility to present not only their skills and experiences in a more personal way, but also their motivation and personal… Read More

Being personal while being professional

A colleague and I were recently discussing some interesting LinkedIn profiles that we’ve come across in our time. I’m no stickler for having super formal profiles, in fact, I find profiles with a bit of pizazz and creativity… Read More

Things you never want on your resume

Although pre-screening with video is becoming more common, most recruiters will still want to see a resume of the candidate. Having a professional-looking resume or LinkedIn profile therefore is still very important. A good professional profile might not… Read More

Why candidates should ask questions too

Congratulations, you’ve been invited for a (digital) interview. You are well prepared for all the questions you might be asked. But have you also prepared for the question, “Do you have any questions for me”? This is your… Read More

Video recruitment - first impression

The first impression

They say that the first impression is the last impression. It only takes three to five seconds for someone to evaluate and form an opinion about you. That’s why many recruiters make a decision about wether to hire… Read More