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One-way videos are a great solution for reviewing and evaluating large numbers of applicants so you can quickly move them along in the hiring process.They provide more flexibility than phone screenings because hiring teams can review candidate submissions at their convenience
In a one-way video, candidates are only talking to their cameras. Unlike real-time interviews, candidates don’t get immediate feedback from the interviewer. But applicants can usually practice their responses and re-record their videos, so it creates a positive candidate experience.
By using standardized interview questions, you can ensure your hiring process is fair and consistent across multiple departments and locations. This approach also makes it easier to compare top candidates.
Many hiring managers prefer one-way video interviews because they can watch interviews on their own time and share them with leadership and other recruiters. It’s especially helpful when the hiring team is spread across multiple time zones.
One-way video interviews can dramatically shorten your time-to-hire and reduce travel costs as well. By spending less time scheduling, rescheduling and conducting in-person interviews, you will be saving time and reducing costs while you select the best hires.
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YES! The Hire Talent’s Applicant Tracking System has the ability to post tomultiple job boards at once!
You can use these preemployment assessments on anyone who can read English even if English is their second language. If you are not sure, the assessments will tell if the person can read well enough for a reliable result. At the end of this manual you will see a full list of common job titles and our recommendation of assessments and tests for each one.
We don’t allow to delete job posts, as we’re keeping all of your candidates housed inside of them.
However you can move job posts to “Archived.” This way, if you’re hiring for that position again, you can simply unarchive the job post and have all of your data retained there. You’ll also have all of the candidates that had applied in the past that you could potentially reach out to.