Video interviewing is a technology that companies employ during the hiring process in either a live (two-way) video format similar to Skype or in an asynchronous (1-way) format that essentially allows candidates to interview themselves. Though video interviewing offers many benefits, the primary goal for many users is to reduce cost-per-hire and the time-to-fill roles. […]
Looking for a new job can be a daunting, draining, soul crushing experience. However if you establish realistic expectations you can approach the rejection and struggle philosophically rather than personally and hopefully not succumb to depression. Please consider the following before you start pounding the pavement so that you don’t start pounding your head against […]
Careerbuilder released a survey recently of 374 HR professionals and 319 job candidates asking them how technology degrades the hiring process. Here are a few problems reported. Disconnect #1: Fifty-three percent of HR professionals believe a long application process helps to screen out unenthusiastic job candidates. Unfortunately for employers, over 60% of job candidates reported […]
If you are employed but unhappy with your job you may have heard these words when grumbling about your work week to a friend, “At least you have a job.” If you’re a manager do you feel your employees are lucky to even be employed? This attitude might be influencing you to treat them in […]
If you are a hiring manager or HR professional you may have seen one or two of these statistics in the last year but probably not all together or all at once. Gather them into one place and you see a picture of one very frustrated and displeased workforce. The time to take notice is now!
Imagine a scenario where a recently graduated college student in search of employment begins applying here and there hoping to land a job interview. After several months of no success, she decides to set up and complete an automated video interview and send it in to employers in whom she is interested. A hiring manager […]