GNES 7: The Good And Bad of Video Interviewing

Recruiters and hiring managers are becoming exhausted from endless virtual meetings, and science has now shown that “Zoom fatigue” is a real condition. However, the recent crisis, with the home-stay restrictions and border closings, has caused industries to accept the fact that there is a need for interviewing virtually. With more and more video interviews replacing face-to-face meetings, video interviewing has quickly become the ‘norm’. If companies would like to keep hiring for business-critical roles, adapting to video interviewing is key to the success of the recruitment process.

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