The Evolving Value Proposition of Video Interviewing

Publisher: Montage

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The Evolving Value Proposition of Video Interviewing

Video interviewing is quickly becoming a recruiting best practice for many enterprises with more recognizing the value of purpose-built video interviewing over general chat or conference tools. While either can give you some cost and time savings, only purpose-built video interviewing adds to strategic value through an elevated employer brand and a better candidate experience. These are must-haves to meet the demands of modern talent acquisition. Read the paper to find out more, including: > 62% of organizations anticipate video interviewing usage at their companies to increase in the next year. > Among those with intent to purchase, 56% believe tools designed specifically for screening and interviewing offer additional value over chat tools like Skype.