by Montage Talent on September 13, 2016
3 min read
With a video interviewing platform, candidates can actually experience collaboration. Here are just three of the ways it works.
If you doubted the existence of the collaboration revolution happening in today’s workplace, it’s time to become a believer. Research data released by Randstad reveals that young employees place a high value on collaboration. According to the Gen Z & Millennials Collide @ Work report, employees ages 22 to 34 prefer to communicate with co-workers and managers in person rather than by email or phone. And, 41% of Gen Z respondents said corporate offices are their workplace preference.
To attract young workers with the greatest potential, companies want to highlight their collaborative work environment during the hiring process. That’s been easier said than done, until now. With purpose-built video interviewing technology, TA professionals can show candidates their collaborative workplace instead of just talking about it.
3 Ways to Reinforce Your Company’s Collaborative Nature with Candidates
Every recruiter can say cooperation and teamwork are high priorities in their organization, but those with a video interviewing platform can let candidates actually experience that collaboration. Here are just three of the ways it works:
Stand Out from Your Competitors
When you start using video interviewing to show off your collaborative culture, word will quickly spread. The candidate experience delivered via video interviewing helps set you apart from competitors who still hire with more traditional, slower processes. That brand elevation can help you attract more of the candidates you need, and move from interview to job offer to great hire even faster. 94% of candidates surveyed agree Montage on-demand video interviewing is easy to use.
The most efficient way to explore whether video interviewing software could help improve your hiring ratios is to see the technology in action. We invite you to request a live demo today.
As Montage’s VP of Product, Tom Boyle is responsible for product marketing and strategy, enhancing the product vision and driving the road map forward. Tom has consulted with hundreds of enterprise organizations about their unique Talent Management strategies. He is a regular contributor to industry magazines and blogs, including HR Bartender, the Ladders, ERE and Forbes. Reach Tom at firstname.lastname@example.org.