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The average recruiter receives 20 or so applications from potential hires every day. These resumes give an initial snapshot into future employees, but recruiters often must dive deeper into applicants to find the right fit — a task typically conducted through phone screenings. While phone interviews are much more time efficient than in-person meetings, they can still last up to 30 minutes a piece. With recruiters attempting to speak with 20 applications a day, this means they’re spending 10 hours a day on the phone with potential candidates – that’s without calculating the time spent scheduling and rescheduling calls. This workload can become daunting for even the most diligent recruiters. So how can recruiters modify their screening systems to reduce workload? With pre-recorded video interviews.

Why You Should Screen Candidates with Pre-Recorded Video Interviews: Cut to the Chase with Pre-Recorded Video Interviews

Recruitment technology has come a long way in the last 10 years. Instead of calling each job applicant individually and conducting a 20 to 30 minute interview, many recruiters are using online video interviewing systems. With pre-recorded video interviews, recruiters can pre-record interview questions, and then digitally invite job applicants to answer those inquiries. Applicants can record…

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