With Video Interviewing now in the mainstream, it’s time to look at why and how you can champion it within your organization. Learning from Sonru Video Interviewing client vignettes and tips, this eBook will set up any recruiter or hiring manager up for Video Interviewing success.
1. Why you should implement Video Interviewing.
The Benefits for:
- Recruiters – faster process, smarter selection, lower costs, greater reach, and happier staff
- Candidates – improved Candidate Experience, positive impact on the employer brand, interview flexibility, and perceived fairness
2. How to get Key Stakeholders on board
- Earlier Involvement in the Recruitment Process – interview/question design and candidate selection
- More Engagement in the Recruitment Process – ‘see’ beyond paper applications and to better prepare for personal interviews
- Flexibility in the Recruitment Process – fit recruitment around their ‘real’ jobs
3. What Return on Investment can be achieved
- Time Savings – up to 80% time savings on early-stage screening
- Cost Savings – recruitment costs reduced by 50% while costs associated with bad hires eliminated
- Recruitment Process Gains – a consultative selection process that is structured, fair, and transparent screening process for all that ultimately leads to higher conversion rates
”Sonru Video Interviewing is ideal in terms of being a supporting step for the recruitment effort. When we present candidates to the hiring managers, it’s no longer just “the recruiter’s impression,” but we have proof which we can share. It’s very tangible, and they can verify the impressions for themselves.” – WestRock
4. How the implementation process shapes up. Learn from Sonru Video Interviewing client snapshots such as Westpac Group, Australia implemented Sonru Video Interviewing as part of their Talent Acquisition Simplification project, which resulted in using technology to automate their screening process through the Taleo ATS completely.
This eBook was created by Sonru Video Interviewing and includes contributions and research gathered from Sonru clients and candidates between 2011 to 2020.