Calling Interview4 video interviewing “a life changer”, a large retailer finds the service not only reduces turnover, but also saves time and money by allowing the screening of more candidates in the same amount of time that used to be devoted to phone screening. Eliminating the agony of the phone interview has resulted in happier teams and a better corporate culture.
The quality of job candidates brought in for live interviews increased markedly. Each candidate who took a video interview could be evaluated easily in just ten to twelve minutes, putting more time into each recruiter’s day.
Before Interview4, picking candidates to be advanced in the hiring process was hotly contested because only one person actually spoke to each candidate via phone. Everyone else just saw the written summaries of the calls.
Now, the recorded video interviews can easily be shared with team leaders, program managers, and other decision makers. They can review, grade and comment on each candidate.Virtual video interviews are also convenient to schedule for both the employer and the candidates.
Finally, the Interview4 team got high marks for their customer focus and willingness to cater to customers’ needs.
Hire-Intelligence To Address Video Interviewing At Annual American Psychological Association Convention
The first ever research conducted to determine the validity of web-based video job interviewing will be presented on August 10th in Washington D.C. at the 2014 Annual APA convention.
Titled, “Exploring the Validity of Asynchronous Web-Based Video Interviews” the session will address research sponsored by Hire-Intelligence and conducted by GCG Solutions principal Dr. Charles “Allen” Gorman. The study sought to evaluate the ability of video interviews to provide valuable, job-related insights for employers who use video to screen job candidates. The research found that ratings of the applicant, applicant characteristics, and video interview responses all predicted job performance and associated work outcomes. Continue reading “Hire-Intelligence To Address Video Interviewing At Annual American Psychological Association Convention” »
Hire-Intelligence, in coordination with Synchronized Resources Inc., will present “Access, Accommodations & Video Interviewing” on August 5th in Washington D.C. at the National Industry Liaison Conference. Continue reading “The Annual NILG Conference Discusses Video Interviewing & The Disabled” »
Hire-Intelligence donates software customization and user licenses to SER National to provide job interview training for out of school youths. The training will use the Interview4 video interviewing software, which will also provide a way for the participants to create a short introductory video that they can share with employers.
Gloucester, Virginia (PRWEB) May 30, 2013
Hire-Intelligence, a leading provider of custom web-based job candidate evaluation software and services, announces their partnership with SER-Jobs for Progress National, Inc. (SER National), a network of Community Based Organizations (CBO’s) that advocates for the underserved and underprivileged by developing streamlined educational, training, employment, business and economic based initiatives. Hire-Intelligence has committed nearly $50,000 of in-kind software development and licenses to provide job interview training, as well as job candidate video introductions to potential employers, using the Interview4 online video interviewing system.
Kicking-off the first leg of this inspiring partnership, computers equipped with webcams and headsets were set up at Workforce Solutions Greater Dallas’ YouthWorks Centers in Irving and Grand Prairie, Texas. Whitney Guest Sisler, Director of Business Development from Hire-Intelligence’s Virginia headquarters, was on-hand to introduce the program participants to the customized Interview4 video interviewing application, showing them how to complete online practice job interviews as well as create and share personal video introductions they could submit to employers. Classroom lab-style settings provided a great opportunity for the Youth to actively engage in interview practice and coaching.
“One of the critical success factors in today’s America is the imperative to tie educational needs with career aspirations,” said Brian Marques, Assistant Director of Network Initiatives for SER National. “As a valued partner, Hire-Intelligence offers the technology and pedagogy to bridge the gap between academic instruction and hands-on, real world skill development for individuals with significant employment barriers. With the access and training provided by Hire-Intelligence in their new Interview4 hiring system, SER National is not only able to better prepare out-of-school youth for employment, but also re-engage them in the overall education process by connecting learning with useful skills.”
Damaris Flores, a YouthWorks participant who is working toward her high school diploma to secure a better job, said of the training, “It’s really fun, and you’re actually learning about interviews… you can actually see yourself, which helps a lot. This helped me to see the kinds of questions that employers ask you. It helped me see that they want to know about you, as well as allowing me to think about how I would respond.”
Jim Robinson, President & CEO of Hire-Intelligence is a big supporter of SER National and their employment programs. “As a human resources technology company we strongly believe in doing our best to create web-based applications that bring the right employees together with the right companies. But our philosophy goes deeper than that. We are committed to serving the broader community by giving back. SER National is a great example of the kind of organization we are proud to support. SER embodies the kind of strong community awareness, sharing, education, skills training and hands on involvement that is needed to keep all our youth strong, competitive and engaged, not only for their personal benefit but also for the good of our society.”
The partnership with Hire-Intelligence is intended to enhance SER National’s employer relationships and capacity for job placement of program participants. Hire-Intelligence has committed to expanding support to other SER programs including Fair Start Fair Park – YouthBuild South Dallas, and VetPals.
The VetPals program, to be launched this year, will aim to provide U.S. Military service members with one-on-one coaches and community resource liaisons to support those recently returning U.S. Military Veterans and their families in reaching their goals for employment, education, and public service.
ABOUT Hire-Intelligence: Hire-Intelligence is a human resources technology company that creates online productivity tools to increase the efficiency and effectiveness of the recruitment and hiring process, while bringing the right employers and candidates together. The founders of Hire-Intelligence have more than 20 years of experience in the human capital management (HCM) world. This knowledge of the HCM industry informs all of the hiring software and services we offer. Our goal is to provide high-value tools and services to the HR world, delivering real, measurable ROI to our customers.
In addition to the Hire-Intelligence Communications Test Suite, the Hire-Intelligence Adaptive Behavioral assessment and the Interview4 video interviewing solutions, additional complementary hiring solutions are in development. Hire-Intelligence has home offices in Virginia and New York, and services clients throughout the U.S. and the world.
ABOUT SER National: SER National is a national network of Community Based Organizations (CBO’s) that formulates and advocates initiatives resulting in the increased development and utilization of America’s human resources, with special emphasis on the needs of Hispanics, in the areas of education, training, employment, business and economic opportunity. SER is the Spanish verb for “to be” and also reflects the means by which their mission is accomplished – Service, Employment, and Redevelopment.
SER National aims to develop the capacity of the SER network through the provision of technical assistance, research and planning, program and policy development, and fundraising. SER’s vision is “to enable the Hispanic community and other underserved populations, to fully participate in the socio-economic mainstream, achieving equal access and parity in all aspects of American society.”