3 Ways Video Interviewing Can Help Recruiters Close the Deal

3 Ways Video Interviewing Can Help Recruiters Close the Deal

As a recruiter, the most important part of your job is closing deals.  If you are not closing enough deals when it comes to candidate placements, you will not be successful. The Staffing Stream walks us through challenges we face when closing the deal on the candidate side: addressing the possibility of a counter offer, […]

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Asking the Right Video Interview Questions to Determine A Candidate’s Cultural Fit

Hiring someone for cultural fit is just as important as hiring them for the skills they possess. Company culture impacts how your employees perform their jobs, how your customers are treated, and can contribute to turnover rates. Video interviews allow companies to quickly connect with candidates. You can also better assess a candidate’s fit for […]

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Warning Signs to Look Out for When Video Interviewing Candidates

A bad hire can cost a company as much as $50,000 or more so it’s important that hiring professionals do what they can to avoid wasting time on less than stellar candidates. One way companies can protect themselves from hiring the wrong person, is to pay attention to how candidates act and present themselves in […]

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Finding the Best and Avoiding the Worst in a Video Interview

Finding the Best and Avoiding the Worst in a Video Interview [Whitepaper]

At some point, every company will come to face the realization that they made a bad hire after thinking they had found the perfect candidate. A mistake like this can set a company back $50,000 or more. Video interviewing technology is a powerful solution for companies to avoid making this costly mistake again and quickly […]

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Video Interviewing Candidates of Older Generations

Many hiring and recruiting professionals believe that Baby Boomers are “too old” for new technology such as video interviews and would find them unappealing and complicated. However, a study by the Pew Research Center revealed that nearly 75 percent of 65 to 69 year olds go online. The income and education of the individuals whom […]

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