Virtual Customer Service
Working Remotely in Customer Service: An Inside Look at Arise, Sykes, Apple at Home, and Other Top Companies Offering Virtual JobsEditorial Team 2
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Treat virtual interviews just like in-person interviews. You can’t be any less professional, just because you’re not sitting across the desk from an interviewer. No background noise — like crying babies, barking dogs or TV.
The interviewer is judging your phone and typing manner, because your voice will be the virtual face of the company. Give yourself 60 minutes of uninterrupted time to do it right.
Practice the scripts. The decision makers tell me that one place where people stumble during the application process is the voice test. Applicants are required to read a script with enthusiasm, which can be very difficult.