A job seeker I know had a series of phone interviews recently. The first was a screening interview, the second was with the hiring manager. He's going for a third in-person interview next week.
As you can see, the company seriously considered the results of the phone interviews. So, when you get emailed or called to schedule a phone interview, it's important to prepare as carefully as you would for an in-person interview. Regardless of where an interview takes place, it counts.
Here's everything you need to know about phone interviews, plus phone interview questions and samples answers. In addition, our phone interview tips video will show you how to pull off your phone interview without a hitch.
Also, take a look at what you can expect from the interviewer's perspective. Susan Heathfield, About.com's Guide to Human Resources, has information on telephone screening, what the interviewer is going to be looking for from you, and the type of questions you'll be asked.
Copyright Frances Twitty