The move towards video interviews has created a new challenge for candidates: how do you go about assessing a company’s culture in a remote interview? In the absence of contextual clues you might have previously relied on to gauge company culture, it is important to consider and prepare questions in order to gather the information you need to make an informed decision.
Your virtual brand is a key part of your efforts in attracting new clients or as part of your job search efforts. Read on for tips on keeping your online profile polished and up to date.
Louise Woollcombe is quoted by Law.com International on how Canadian law firms are adjusting in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Have you found yourself thinking about your career direction and what the future might hold? Instead of letting these thoughts wander in and out of your mind, why not seize the opportunity to turn these musings into actionable goals? At a time when many of us feel we have lost control over aspects of our life, this is a great way to refocus on what you want and what you can do to get there.
Building and maintaining virtual relationships is a key skill as we adapt to new ways of doing business. Make a plan to connect with contacts in a new way; these small interactions are an important part of daily life and work satisfaction and will ensure your network continues to grow.
Are you ready to take the next step in your career and move into leadership role? Read on for tips on how to highlight your management abilities.
As companies become more global, it can be difficult to schedule high level executives for face to face interviews in a timely manner and these video tools help solve that problem. The key to remember when asked to do a video interview is to not let the technology (or any technology-related issues you encounter) act as a barrier to making a connection with your interviewer.
Carrie Heller is quoted in the December 16, 2016 edition of The Lawyers Weekly on the job market for 2017.
Although these phone interviews may be shorter and seem more informal than the in-person interview, which is considered to be the main event, do not make the mistake of treating them as a warm-up.
Carrie Heller is quoted in Precedent Magazine on the changing legal market for new lawyers.