In this eBook, you’ll find out how to use Video Interviewing to bridge the divide between Recruiters and Hiring Managers towards a common goal of hiring better candidates.
The importance of Hiring Manager involvement in the early stages of the recruitment process is often overlooked. 61% of clients’ hiring managers have had input into the Video Interview design process compared to 31% of respondents involved in the entire recruitment process before adopting Sonru Video Interviewing.
With full calendars and heavy workloads, finding a time that suits everyone is often impossible. Scheduling conflicts are no longer an issue with Video Interviewing, which affords freedom and flexibility to all.
Internal collaboration during the shortlisting stage is crucial in assembling varied points of view, as confirmed by Rolls-Royce:
“I also like the collaborative review process – there were some candidates one person would have rejected that others wanted to see face-to-face – we subsequently hired these candidates showing that getting many views is valuable.”
Nailing the Next Stage:
Not ‘wasting the candidates’ time’ asking the same questions but using the Sonru Video Interviewing responses to delve deeper has been a plus for both Hiring Managers and Recruiters to prepare for the subsequent interview and assessment stages. “We have been better informed in advance about where to probe more in-depth for those who make it to the interview stage.” – OECD
Better Overall Process
Hiring the right person is the number one priority for both Hiring Managers and Recruiters. 70% of Sonru Video Interviewing clients claim they see better quality candidates at the next stage of their recruitment process.
This eBook was created by Sonru Video Interviewing and includes contributions and research gathered from Sonru clients and candidates between 2011 to 2020.