Much has changed in talent acquisition over the last decade. Global competition for talent has spiked — as has the cost of a bad hire — and hiring organizations of all sizes have been compelled to reconsider traditional methods of evaluating candidates. From initial screening calls to in-person interviews, standard procedures for gauging the viability of a candidate are largely inefficient and widely inconsistent.
Demand for a better way of doing things has steadily increased, and video interviewing has rapidly gained traction as a preferred practice. But as many are learning, not all video interviewing is created equal.
Though there is no shortage of tools available online that can support video interactions, a growing number of organizations are recognizing the value and impact of solutions that have been built specifically for video interviewing