Explore the topic of TMI (too much information) - What it means, how to avoid problem areas, the right and wrong approaches
Dig deeper into video interviewing and background checking practices including applicable legal and EEOC opinions
Leveraging all possible sources of information when sourcing and screening is a hot topic for many companies and a best practice among skilled recruiters. However, before jumping onto the internet, employers need to be aware of potential pitfalls. What might seem like a strategic use of social media may be a fast track to trouble. And how does video play into this? Can an employer safely use video interviewing as part of their candidate screening without worry? This session will explore the legal and other issues a company should consider when evaluating social media, video interviewing, and other hot trends in information collection pre-hire.
Learn actionable insights based on the talent acquisition practices of recent CandE Winners to better understand what candidates are looking for and how best to communicate with jobseekers every step of the way.
Anna Oakes shares the story of how RW Baird came to revitalize their hiring process with video interviewing. She discusses common obstacles and challenges and also reviews the ways that video interviewing can ensure compliance, maintain ...
The traditional hiring process is dead, defunct, unworkable, untenable and just plain bad. This is especially true when a company is over-run with eager candidates who adore the products and services or the prestige of the consumer brand.