Let's be honest, if we took a look at the technology you're using to interview even 5 years ago, I bet it would look almost the same as it does today. Maybe a new platform or two but essentially the same sh*t, different year, despite the blogging community and a ton of startups who have spent plenty of time trying to convince you to try this, that and the other thing to "pump up" your recruiting strategy and "elevate" your hiring decisions.
(I love a good marketing cliche but what does that mean? What does a "pumped up" recruiting strategy look like? I can't help but think of Hans and Franz, honestly but I'm well aware that's not what they mean.)
You know you *should* be innovating when it comes to interviewing. It's critical to the success of your business. You also know just buying tools doesn't equal innovation. So you keep taking the vendor calls and you listen to the sales people but they aren't closing the deal because none of them actually take the time to tell you about the other side of the equation - the strategy you need to reach your goal. They are sales people, after all.
I'm excited to say that we've developed a webinar that will help you figure out how video can play a strategic role in your interview and diversity strategies that has been developed with Human Resource Leaders, Talent Acquisition Leaders and Diversity & Inclusion Leaders (if you fit in that category, you should just register now.) We even brought in the people who can teach you how to build your own strategy because they've done it - Lindsay Stanton, Chief Client Officer at Digi-Me, and Sean Beaver, Recruiting Manager at Kiewit Energy Group. These two will skip the demos and share real world examples on how to execute this strategy to reach your future workforce for 2015 and beyond.
That means useable metrics, strategies, and case studies that will help you drive the best ROI across your recruitment practice.