Hiring is a multi-faceted event plagued sometimes by what you can do, what you should do, and what you ought to do. Legal, risk, and compliance topics are never too far from HR, especially the talent acquisition corner of HR. When video interviewing first emerged about 10 years ago, worries about discrimination were commonly surfaced. Plus, 10 years ago, the technology didn’t work all that well anyway. By today, innovation and the advent of more sophisticated video capabilities brings us video interviewing technology that is quite sophisticated. Its use is growing in popularity across mid-size organizations and the Fortune 1000. In light of that ongoing adoption, is the concern about discrimination gone?
Watch this webcast on demand to hear Les Rosen, an attorney at law, expert on background checks and employment screening, and the author of The Safe Hiring Manual –The Complete Guide to Employment Screening Background Checks for Employers, Recruiters, and Jobseekers, explore the topic of video interviewing and discrimination. Rosen will discuss:
The EEOC and the OFCCP and their guidelines for non-discriminatory hiring practices
The most common basis for concern relating to video interviewing
Are people truly understanding or misunderstanding what video interviewing is and is not?
How to prepare yourself to overcome the objection and enjoy the business benefits of video interviewing
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