When and How to Hold Video Interviews
Getting the Best From Remote Recruiting
Hamish is recruiting new members to the sales team. His HR department has asked him to conduct the first-round interviews on video, as it's more convenient and less costly than holding them face-to-face.
Hamish understands the benefits of video interviews, but he's apprehensive. He's never interviewed anyone on video before, and he's concerned that he'll miss something important if he doesn't meet the candidiates in person.
Video interviews are becoming routine in many organizations, and many of us now face the same dilemma as Hamish.
In this article, we examine how you can decide whether video interviews are the right approach for you – and, if they are, how to conduct them to get the best results.
If you're the video interviewee, rather than conducting the interviews, read our article, How to Ace a Video Interview.