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Building a Business Case for Video Interviewing

Topic:
Building a Business Case for Video Interviewing
Date:
January 14, 2013 at 2:00 - 3:00 PM ET
Presenters:
Christopher Young, CEO(Async Interview)
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Description
Traditionally, phone screens and a series of in-person interviews have been the best practice in recruitment. There has been a significant shift to video technologies for a myriad of reasons: reduce the time-to-fill; allow candidates and employers added flexibility and to make the overall process more efficient. Never heard of video interviewing? Join Christopher Young, CEO and Founder of Async Interview for this one hour webinar that will commence with a brief background on what video interviewing is as well as the two types of tools (pre-recorded/video screening and live video interviewing) that can transform the way that the hiring team manages the recruiting process.

Both pre-recorded and live video interviewing tools allow employers to reduce travel and save time in the interview process. But how much travel will be reduced? And where will the time be saved? Who will save it? This presentation will dig a little deeper into the ROI of video interviewing (e.g. reduced time-to-fill, increased recruiter productivity, reduced travel costs, etc.) In addition, Christopher will share various intangible benefits of implementing video which include (consistent candidate experience, fair interview questions and more objective hiring manager feedback). Together, the list of intangible benefits and ROI will help justify video interviewing as a solution for the majority of organizations seeking to improve their recruitment process.

Participants will leave this session having a better understanding about what video interviewing is, the benefits of implementing it and how to build a business case for it in order to present to hiring managers and executive leaders.
Who Should Participate
  • Talent Acquisition
  • Recruiting and/or HR Professionals interested in improving their recruiting and interviewing process
  • What You Will Learn
    Please join us as you will learn the following items:
    1. Learn what video interviewing is and how it is used
    2. Better understand the ROI of implementing video interviewing
    3. Gain the tools and information needed to build a personalized business case for video in your organization
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    Presented by
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    Christopher Young
    Async Interview

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    Our ultimate mission is to create simple and effective video screening and interviewing for third party recruiters, corporate HR and hiring managers everywhere.
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