With applications like Skype, Google Hangouts, Facetime video interviews are on the rise, you just might find yourself not leaving your home for your next job opportunity. In a recent poll by OfficeTeam talking to over 500 hiring managers from large companies found that 63% were often using video conferencing for job interviews. As time is such a precious commodity companies and recruitment agencies are opting in for this new technique as it can take only 90 seconds to work out if you are a good fit for a company. This system helps to cut down expenses for both parties and being able to create standardise question list gives everyone a fair shot.
As a recruitment agency Talent Hub does quite a few video interviews, we have to work with our clients and candidates at some unique times so this helps us to talk to more people in a convenient way for them. When we interview it is normally an informal chat to get to know your skills & you as a person. But what do you do when the job you have applied for requests a video interview and you’re new to it?
Check out this great infographic from PGI giving the best tips and pointers to get the most of it.