With 8.2 percent unemployment, more job applicants are flooding into the talent pool than ever before. Not all of these applicants will be invited to video interviews, or even make it past the resume stage. This is because most hiring managers will automatically weed out candidates who don’t have the best qualifications for the position. […]
Using online video interviews in the hiring process isn’t new. Many recruiters have been interested in the technology for years. You only need to look at the evidence. In 2004 the EEOC received a letter asking about the compliance of online video technology. While the answer from the EEOC confirmed video’s compliance, it’s more important […]
Just because you’ve hired a great new employee using online video interviewing doesn’t mean the evaluation process should stop. After all, evaluations are a large part of hiring top talent. When a candidate becomes an employee, this is no excuse for the evaluation process to ground to a halt.
With unemployment hovering around 8.2 percent and the market flooded with applicants, it becomes easy to ignore interview etiquette. Hiring managers aren’t disregarding the advice of Miss Manners on purpose — the problem is they are more stressed and busy than ever before. A packed schedule, however, is no excuse for ignoring proper video interview […]
Your to-do list started out as a short and sweet document, but now it looks more like a novel. It’s easy for a busy hiring manager’s list to go from manageable to never-ending in a heartbeat. With 8.2 percent unemployment and more video resumes flooding in for every open position, how do you keep on top […]