More and more people are working completely remotely now, so if you are looking for a new job, you might well be required to interview for it online. This means you will be meeting your interviewers virtually rather than going into their office space and meeting them directly. In many ways this is similar – you need to make a good impression, connect with the interviewer, and show your best side during the interview. It can be trickier though, as it is less natural than meeting someone face to face.
The best approach is to forget the digital element to your job interview and work on establishing that human connection, despite it not being in person. Prepare in the same way, ask the same questions and ensure that you build up a good dialogue. Talk about your achievements and emphasise your successes while also taking the time to get to know your interviewer. This will make you seem like a knowledgeable and personable candidate.