Video interviewing is gaining widespread acceptance for hiring and Talent Acquisition (TA) in the 21st century. Still, some employers – particularly Fortune 500 companies and federal contractors – have expressed concern over potential discrimination issues. However, the advantages of video interviewing far outweigh unsubstantiated risks and concerns about potential discrimination issues with the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) and the Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs (OFCCP).
This white paper will be a concise introduction to help discuss the root cause of these fears. It will leave readers better educated and equipped for conversations about how employers can enjoy the many operational and strategic benefits of video interviewing while eliminating exposure to discrimination laws and remaining in compliance.
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