Video Interviewing Tips to Attract and Identify Top Talent

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Sarah White, HCM Strategy Analyst and John Wilson, CEO of WilsonHCG
Video interviewing can boost your recruiting efficiency and help you identify the highest quality candidates during the screening stage of your process. However, there are many choices to make when implementing interactive recruitment technology in your organization.

HCM analyst Sarah White will share the results from our 2012 Hiring Survey to help you navigate the decision process to select the right video platform for you:
* Comparison of live vs. recorded interview benefits
* Best practices for using video during the interview process
* Advantages of video interviewing platforms over Skype

John Wilson, CEO of WilsonHCG, a global full-service recruitment process outsourcing firm, will share his own experiences from selecting a video interviewing platform earlier this year. You'll learn:
* What makes platforms and vendors different from each other
* How your organization's needs can help you choose the right platform for you
* Whom to involve for smooth adoption of the new technology
Jan 17 2013
60 mins
Video Interviewing Tips to Attract and Identify Top Talent
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    Sarah White, HCM Strategy Analyst and John Wilson, CEO of WilsonHCG
    Video interviewing can boost your recruiting efficiency and help you identify the highest quality candidates during the screening stage of your process. However, there are many choices to make when implementing interactive recruitment technology in your organization.

    HCM analyst Sarah White will share the results from our 2012 Hiring Survey to help you navigate the decision process to select the right video platform for you:
    * Comparison of live vs. recorded interview benefits
    * Best practices for using video during the interview process
    * Advantages of video interviewing platforms over Skype

    John Wilson, CEO of WilsonHCG, a global full-service recruitment process outsourcing firm, will share his own experiences from selecting a video interviewing platform earlier this year. You'll learn:
    * What makes platforms and vendors different from each other
    * How your organization's needs can help you choose the right platform for you
    * Whom to involve for smooth adoption of the new technology
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