What to expect in an interview

Everything you need to know to be ready for your interview

Welcome to Indeed Flex, your app for temporary work

We’re more than an agency– we’re a solution to finding the right roles that fit your lifestyle to help give you the ideal work/life balance. We also offer incentives and benefits you’d struggle to find elsewhere.

So, congratulations on booking your interview and taking the first step to finding work that suits your lifestyle. 

Our interviews are conducted virtually as well as in-person at our Branches, Hubs, and live hiring events. We’ve sent you an email from “Indeed Hiring Events” with a link to join for your virtual interview. Check to ensure you’ve received it, and if you don’t, check your “junk or spam” folder.

This email is essential. It will state your start time and when you can join the interview, which puts you into the interview lobby. It may take a few minutes for a recruiter to join, but we’ll be with you as soon as possible. 

For in-person interviews, you can become a verified Flexer at the time of your interview after accepting an offer of employment with Indeed Flex. To be fully prepared to do this it is essential that you bring to the interview the documentation required to set up your banking information and to complete your I-9 verification. See a list of Form I-9 acceptable documents here.

A recruiter will join to conduct your interview. During this call, we’re looking to learn more about your work history, your skills and experience, and how we can help you take the next step in your career. Our goal is to help get your first job with us  booked.

Helpful tips for your Indeed Flex interview

  1. Test Your Technology
    A virtual interview requires that you have a reliable internet connection and a working camera and microphone on your device. Before your interview, check all your technology to ensure it works effectively and can be used for both  video and audio communication.
  2. Prepare in Advance

    For the best experience, we suggest taking some time to prepare in advance. We want to hear about your previous skills and experience and the kind of working environment you’re looking for. It’s helpful to have specific examples of when and how you’ve applied your skills successfully and how many years of experience you have. Relax and be yourself. The best interviews have a natural conversation flow without distraction or reading directly from a script.

  3. Talk Yourself Up
    This is your chance to say all you want about your broad and varied skills, experience, and achievements. If you’ve done anything of note – perhaps leadership roles or implementation of new processes – or you’ve been an exemplary professional wherever you’ve worked, now’s the time to share. Who knows what possibilities this could open up? 
  4. Limit Distractions
    The best place to have a virtual interview is in a quiet location with few distractions.  Try to avoid conducting a virtual interview while moving around or traveling to help both you and the interviewer focus on the task at hand.
  5. Ask Questions
    When interviewing, it should be a two-way conversation. While we want to find out all about you, it’s also essential that you have the opportunity to ask us any questions you may have. Be bold, and ask if you need help understanding the role(s) or have other questions. Remember, we’re both there for the same reason– to help you get a job!
  6. Be Yourself
    Though it’s easier said than done, be yourself. Authenticity is key.Remember, sometimes an interviewer can be as nervous as you are,so a genuine conversation helps both parties.