More and more companies are utilizing one-way video interrogations to screen candidates. Here’s how to get it right.
When you’re on the job hunt, be drawn up when a prospective employer asks you to record a one-way video. While a phone interview has traditionally been the first step in the hiring process, more businesses–from Fortune 500 companies to tech startups to talent agencies–are short-listing candidates via a one-way video screen.” This is rapidly becoming the new standard ,” says Kurt Heikkinen, CEO of Montage/ Shaker International, a recruiting technology solution.
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