While video interviews are nothing new, they had always been a form of preliminary screening. And for local candidates (Chicago for me), I always jumped straight to an in-person interview with anyone we would consider presenting to a client. I am unapologetically old school!

There is nothing quite like a pandemic to shake the tree of change. But even in May and June, we were facilitating in-person interviews. The “hiring manager,” usually the general counsel in our case, wanted a non-virtual conversation, even if socially distanced, before making a key hire.

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