When you’re applying for a job in which you’ll be working remotely (or telecommuting) chances are that the hiring manager will also want to interview you remotely. This helps both you and your interviewer understand your respective communication styles when you are not face-to-face.
Once you understand that working remotely may require tweaks to the skillset that you use or the way you use your skills at work, it seems like a no-brainer that the interview process for the remote job you are seeking will also be a little different from your typical in-person interview. This infographic from Hubstaff will give you some great insights that you can use the next time you interview for a remote opportunity!
About the Creator of this infographic:
Dave Nevogt is the co-founder of Hubstaff, a time tracking software for remote teams. Dave has founded several multi-million dollar businesses and lives in Indianapolis. He’s built successful remote teams for 12+ years and writes a blog series that teaches everything he does to grow a 100% remote company.