Hiring For The Future – The Changing World Of Online Recruitment
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...allows employers to assess personality alongside a candidate’s qualifications. It gives them the freedom to apply for any job, anywhere in the world, with hirers being able to find out a lot more about them earlier in the process, avoiding fruitless first interviews with people simply not right for the job.
Developed as a way for employers to save valuable time when recruiting, e-me incorporates all the elements of a traditional CV, with the added benefit of an accompanying short, structured video interview to highlight a candidate’s...
...charisma, confidence and communication skills. This makes for a more efficient comparison of applicants at the first stages of recruitment, as every e-me includes a video response to the same three questions that are most commonly asked during job interviews. They elaborate on their personal attributes and activities, qualifications and work experience, highlighting what makes them employable. E-me also showcases personality – something that, although a vital employment criterion, is largely invisible on a written CV.
Although it’s true that developments in online communication can sometimes result in an overload of information, it is also clear that if the right tools are used, employers can find the best matches for their vacancies, whilst saving time and resources in the process – which is certainly an appealing prospect in today’s job market.
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