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MBA Programs Upgrade Admissions with Video Interviewing

High-profile MBA programs at Kellogg, Yale and other top business schools are among the latest to adopt video interviewing as a means to improving candidate selection.  A recent Crain's article reveals that several schools have “added a mandatory video component to [the] application for full-time students in order to virtually ‘meet’ candidates.’” School representatives said video interviewing technology allows them to get to know candidates better, plus it demonstrates candidates’ capabilities with a communication channel that has fast become integral to the business world.

Now Auditioning: The Next Generation of Business Leaders

Is Your Culture Magnetic Like This?

I really believe that strong culture creates personalities within businesses. And, just like people are drawn to one another or not, employers and potential employees have to discover whether or not they are going to mesh. If they do, it’s the beginning of that all-important goal: Engagement. If they don’t, well, that’s a
colossal waste of time, effort and resource. Especially if they become part of the actively disengaged workforce, undermining every effort and every ounce of happiness from the rest of the workforce.

Right Fit Evolves with the Culture

Topics: Employer Brand

Work Hours: Are You Thinking What Your Candidates Are Thinking?

A new study out suggests that the “average” 40-hour work week is really just a myth. A Gallup survey found that 40% of full-time employees in the U.S. typically work more than 50 hours each week, and 18% work 60 hours a week or more.  The new average is 47 hours. If most candidates still expect a 40-hour work week, that gap between candidate and employer expectations can torpedo even the top talent acquisition efforts.

Recruiters Need to Sell Reality

Topics: Candidate Experience Benefits of Video Interviewing