Perhaps you've collected a short list of candidates for a new job opening and it's time to bring them in for interviews? Or maybe you're looking for the right actor to star in a feature film? When conducting an interview the space is as important as the people you bring in. A professional space offers amenities like seating, screens, and microphones. Sound proofing for privacy is essential, as is a waiting room spacious enough for your expected turn out.
Look into public parking as well, especially when renting an interview space in downtown Atlanta. Proximity to public transport zones helps. But for driving candidates it can be hard to navigate the right places and times for legal street parking. Parking garages can also be expensive.
Renting an interview studio is the best way to hold a professional interview. Holding one on the site of your company is tempting but with hundreds of other people running their own projects, you can never be sure a room will be ready when you need it. Having to change gears and coordinate with several people due to a sudden change of plans is a major hassle. So having a rental room at the ready is the best way to ensure you won't have any headaches before the interviews begin.
Filming an interview
is a great idea when you have a large number of candidates to sort through. Not to mention you can share the footage with other members of your organization to get more feedback on the right candidate.
Natural light interview spaces in Atlanta offer several advantages. Having windows nearby creates a sense of spaciousness that helps interviewees feel at ease. Extra natural light brightens the room, making it easier for video cameras to record clean footage without supplemental lighting. That is because our eyes and brain naturally adjust for dim lighting but a camera doesn't always do the same thing. Your footage may look dark without supplemental lighting, which may cost you extra to rent.
That said, renting extra lighting, microphones, and other audio-visual equipment is easy to do. Especially for tech-oriented interview locations like coworking spaces, recital halls
, university classrooms, or hotel conference rooms. Be sure to visit beforehand and set up your equipment. Sometimes the space will be too small for camera stands, lights, and other equipment. Creating trip hazards for your interviewees.