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HC Online | 19 Jun 2015, 02:44 PM Agree 0
Video may have killed the radio star, but it has saved recruiters from time draining face-to-face interviews. Welcome to the age of the video interview.
  • Spark Hire | 20 Jun 2015, 02:10 AM Agree 0
    Very insightful article, Iain. Being in the video interviewing space, at Spark Hire we’ve seen the popularity of this technology grow significantly in just the past couple of years and we’re excited to be a part of it!

    More and more companies are seeing the value in implementing video interviews into their recruiting process and we know 2015 will be a big year for this powerful technology. Working with thousands of companies everyday, we understand the importance of streamlining the recruiting process without sacrificing the quality of hires.

    We created a free e-Course that will be very beneficial to hiring pros and will help them become video interviewing experts in just a few days. The “5-Day Crash Course to Video Interviewing” will go over basic information about video interviews, best practices, and strategies for ensuring a great candidate experience:

    Additionally, with the number of companies utilizing video interviews increasing everyday, it’s very important that job seekers research best practices for video interviews because it’s likely they’ll be invited to one at some point in their job search; whether it’s for an entry-level position or a C-suite position. We actually also just came out with our own video for job seekers called “10 Video Interviewing Tips for Job Seekers” that will help them ensure a successful video interview:
  • Christian Madsen - 11 Recruitment | 22 Nov 2017, 02:49 PM Agree 0
    There is an old saying - make it easy for the applicant to apply - especially if you want top candidates. Just like you and your bank - you want customer service to be easy or you take your business elsewhere. So, asking a top quality candidate to record a video for the employer is a big step. The drop out rate will be high - unless there is a "25%" unemployment rate.
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