How to use video in the recruiting process?
There are lot of different ways to use video in the recruiting process.
You can do video voicemail, video job ads, video career webinars, video interviewing etc. Video recruiting strategies can bring a lot of change to an organization. And with any change there comes chaos and there are a lot of recruiters and and talent acquisition leaders out there are that are wondering where they heck do they should start and how do they avoid the pitfalls.
I have Steve Obrien on the show today and he’s joining the Speaker Agenda conversation and we’re going to answer all those questions and more starting right now.
In this episode, you’ll discover:
How to Create Amazing Candidate Experiences with Video.
Different Ways to Use Video in the Recruiting Process.
How should a company get started with video?
What are and how do companies avoid the pitfalls of using video?
How can you use video to change the candidate experience?
What jobs would benefit most from using a video job ad?
Should the hiring manager be on the video job advertisement?
What information do you need to convey to the candidate in a video job ad?
What is the objective of the video job ad, employer branding video, video commercial?
How long should your video job ad be?
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I know there are a lot of companies out there that have dabbled in an employer branding video here and there and maybe even posted a few things on Linkedin.
I’m so excited because this is our first episode and it’s a great conversation with a colleague of mine for nearly ten years. I know Steve as one of the smartest people I’ve ever met and I don’t need to put any caveats on that statement. Believe me, you are going to want to break out a pen and paper and take some notes. I know Anytime I talk to Steve I’m usually furiously scribbling down every word and phrase that comes out of his mouth so I can dissect it later.
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