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Video Interviews: 6 Mistakes To Avoid
Video interviews are becoming increasingly popular with hiring managers, but they can pose some unique challenges. Here's how to nail your next one.
Video interviews have grown in popularity: According to a report by Right Management, 18% of candidates were interviewed via video last year -- more than twice as many as in the year before. According to the report, that trend is set to grow: Two thirds of hiring managers expect this interview format to be used more often in the next few years.
Hiring managers have turned to video over on-site interviews to save time and costs, says Chris Brown, VP of human resources for the unified communications group at InterCall. While they're more convenient for both hiring managers and candidates, they save businesses money, too.
"Video interviews are all about efficiency," Brown says. "There are a number of recruiters working with remote hiring managers, and it just makes the interview process a lot easier for everyone."
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