Video Hire to the rescue

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From College News - As the college days near their end, the real test begins: getting hired. For most this task is easier said than done taking, on average, nine months if not longer. This process has proven to be the most challenging for college graduates. But fret no more. Starting this semester the "Superman" of the employment industry has crash landed to aid eager students in their efforts of getting hired!
Video Hire, a new and unique interactive job-search platform, promises to change the face of corporate and small-business recruiting with a personal, engaging and green means of connecting hiring employers with prospective candidates. Streamlining the hiring process for both companies and job seekers, Video Hire is dedicated to unveiling values on both sides of the interview desk, often simply with a two-minute video.  It combines the one-dimensional résumé and traditional first interview in one step by getting to the heart of the matter: are the company and candidate a good fit for each other?
“A lot of interviewees get called in because of their resumes, but when they’re called in for an interview, personality and behavior are the competing factors,” said Director of Operations Felicia Moghadam MA. “When employers watch the two-minute videos, they get an idea for candidates’ strengths and personalities, as well as how they speak and present themselves.  These attributes will not be as questionable as they were before.”
Video Hire offers numerous options for both job seekers and employers.  A job seeker can create his or her own two-minute video simply by clicking the “record” button and speaking into the computer camera or by uploading an edited video. The video resides in the center of the candidate’s page, along with a detailed resume on the right.  The left side of the page features answers that aim to narrow down the type of job the candidate is looking for.  The candidate directs hiring managers to the page in place of a traditional resume through direct mail and social media avenues. Employers can also produce videos that describe what they’re looking for in a candidate, as well as attempt to attract top talent and make a bigger, more alluring impression of the company.  Several employees can participate, providing candidates an idea of who their co-workers would be.
Through Video Hire, companies and job seekers can participate in live Skype-enabled interviews, and a small company can generate business or new clients by posting a video about its talent and services.  Video Hire is flexible enough that it can be used to secure full-time or freelance employment in any industry and can even be used for auditions in the entertainment industry.
Video Hire is equipped with a list of thousands of available jobs eagerly awaiting qualified individuals to fill them.  Candidates can start the process by scripting their videos.  For ideas, instruction and videos already made featuring job seekers in a wide range of professions—including a comedic demonstration on what not to do starring “Kev-Meister”—job seekers can turn to the Video Hire page on YouTube.
Gone are the days of nervously stumbling from interview to interview, printing multiple resumes and wasting time and gas. Job-seekers can now get a sneak peek into the companies they are applying to, and gage whether it will be a mutually beneficial fit. To find your perfect fit today, check out www.videohire.com.
From College News - As the college days near their end, the real test begins: getting hired. For most this task is easier said than done taking, on average, nine months if not longer. This process has proven to be the most challenging for college graduates. But fret no more. Starting this semester the "Superman" of the employment industry has crash landed to aid eager students in their efforts of getting hired!

Video Hire, a new and unique interactive job-search platform, promises to change the face of corporate and small-business recruiting with a personal, engaging and green means of connecting hiring employers with prospective candidates. Streamlining the hiring process for both companies and job seekers, Video Hire is dedicated to unveiling values on both sides of the interview desk, often simply with a two-minute video.  It combines the one-dimensional résumé and traditional first interview in one step by getting to the heart of the matter: are the company and candidate a good fit for each other?

“A lot of interviewees get called in because of their resumes, but when they’re called in for an interview, personality and behavior are the competing factors,” said Director of Operations Felicia Moghadam MA. “When employers watch the two-minute videos, they get an idea for candidates’ strengths and personalities, as well as how they speak and present themselves.  These attributes will not be as questionable as they were before.”

Video Hire offers numerous options for both job seekers and employers.  A job seeker can create his or her own two-minute video simply by clicking the “record” button and speaking into the computer camera or by uploading an edited video. The video resides in the center of the candidate’s page, along with a detailed resume on the right.  The left side of the page features answers that aim to narrow down the type of job the candidate is looking for.  The candidate directs hiring managers to the page in place of a traditional resume through direct mail and social media avenues. Employers can also produce videos that describe what they’re looking for in a candidate, as well as attempt to attract top talent and make a bigger, more alluring impression of the company.  Several employees can participate, providing candidates an idea of who their co-workers would be.

Through Video Hire, companies and job seekers can participate in live Skype-enabled interviews, and a small company can generate business or new clients by posting a video about its talent and services.  Video Hire is flexible enough that it can be used to secure full-time or freelance employment in any industry and can even be used for auditions in the entertainment industry.

Video Hire is equipped with a list of thousands of available jobs eagerly awaiting qualified individuals to fill them.  Candidates can start the process by scripting their videos.  For ideas, instruction and videos already made featuring job seekers in a wide range of professions—including a comedic demonstration on what not to do starring “Kev-Meister”—job seekers can turn to the Video Hire page on YouTube.

Gone are the days of nervously stumbling from interview to interview, printing multiple resumes and wasting time and gas. Job-seekers can now get a sneak peek into the companies they are applying to, and gage whether it will be a mutually beneficial fit. To find your perfect fit today, check out www.videohire.com.

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