01 Sep Video Interviewing for Employers
Over 100 individuals from 96 businesses tuned in to Season 1. They heard from 15 different experts on a range of topics, including- virtual recruitment, employment law, recruitment marketing and business planning during COVID-19.
The feedback has been outstanding, and we are proud to be helping businesses adapt and overcome the challenges posed by COVID-19.
We are thrilled to announce Hayley will be returning with season 2 on Tuesday 1 September.
Episode 2: Video Interviewing for Employers
98% of candidates who are interviewed through video, think it is innovative
For those businesses that needed to continue recruitment throughout lockdown, video interviewing became the new normal.
But now lockdown has lifted, why should employers embrace video interviewing post-lockdown?
It is, without doubt, that online interviewing can positively influence an organisations employer brand, and reinforce a technology-forward message, but what can you do to maximise the benefits of remote interviews?
In this episode Hayley is joined by David Copple and Dr. Kay Maddox-Daines to discuss:
- Video in the recruitment life-cycle
- What video interviewing software is available
- Using video interviews to complete interview tasks, assessments or presentation
- Live video vs. Asynchronous Video Interviewing
This webinar will be an excellent opportunity to ask your questions to our panel of live experts: David Copple and Dr Kay Maddox-Daines.
Meet The Speakers:
Hayley Murfitt, Director of Sales @ Neaves & Neat
Hayley has worked for Neaves & Neat for over 15 years, placing people into businesses across East Anglia. Hayley is proud to support local businesses as their consistent, long-term recruitment partner and loves supporting people on their job search journey.
David Copple, Founder and CEO @ ShineInterview
David is the founder and CEO of ShineInterview. David loves applying technology to solve real world problems, and like the best of ideas, Shine is an idea borne of frustration and real world experience of the recruitment process.
Dr Kay Maddox-Daines, Director of Academic Development @ Acacia Learning
Kay Maddox-Daines is a Leadership and Management Consultant, a Career Development Institute UK Registered Career Coach and a qualified Executive Coach. She manages and delivers HR executive education at the University of Suffolk and oversees academic development at Acacia Learning.