Following on from our post last week about common misconceptions of video interviews, today we want to debunk the myth that Video Interviewing favours candidates that are technically savvy.
97% of candidates find our software easy to use
In the rolling candidate survey that we’ve been honing since 2011, we ask candidates to answer either Yes or No to: Did you find the software easy to use? and 97% of candidates answered ‘Yes’. Good news but then we had the bright idea to dive deeper into the data to see if other factors — behavioural and demographic — influenced this ease of use such as:
- Whether Candidates had completed the Video Interview in their native language. The 97% stat held for both cohorts.
- Whether Candidates had previously completed a Video Interview. The 97% stat held for both cohorts.
- What device Candidates had completed a Video Interview. The 97% stat held for both desktop/laptop users and mobile competions.
- The Age of Candidates. The 97% stat held for all age groups except the over 55s with 95% saying they found the software easy to use.
- The Gender of Candidates. The 97% stat held for all genders.
Ebook: Video Interviewing Misconceptions
Video Interviewing is only suitable for tech savvy candidates is just one misconception that is questioned in our latest free eBook ‘Video Interviewing Misconceptions’. Find out why the following misconceptions are inaccurate:
- Video Interviewing is the same as Video Conferencing
- It is only suitable for volume or graduate recruitment
- The process is cold and impersonal for candidates
- You need to be tech-savvy to use the tool
- Video Interviewing eliminates the opportunity to probe candidates
Clear up any misguided notions and download our eBook, here. Knowledge is power, after all!
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