Video Interviews Can Save on Costs, Increase Candidate Pool
Before you go out and get that plastic surgery for your upcoming job interview – slow down. Yes, technology has infiltrated the hiring process but it hasn't taken over, yet.
"Videoconferencing will probably never replace an in-person interview," said Jessica Coronado Perez, administrator of personnel affairs for the UA College of Medicine - Phoenix. "However, technology has become an effective tool, saving time, money and with an increasing number of people applying for jobs, it is invaluable."
Perez was recently interviewed by The Arizona Republic for a story on the changing landscape of hiring through the use of technology such as video interviews.