Video Recruit is a cloud-based automated interviewing solution that allows hiring managers to view pre-recorded candidate videos. It also helps them to share videos with colleagues and review them based on various criteria to evaluate an applicant for the job.
Video Recruit allows hiring managers to prepare their interview questions, which can then be sent out to candidates via email. Through the email, candidates can access Video Recruit’s platform to record their answers to the interview questions via webcam. A deadline set by the user ensures that candidates know by what day they should send in their responses. Hiring managers can further view, rate and share candidate responses.
Video Recruit offers two types of pricing options for their platform—VR Unlimited and VR Flexible. In VR Unlimited, companies buy credits based on how many job positions they will use the platform for. In VR Flexible, companies buy credits based on how many video interviews they will do. For each option, credits are valid for one year from date of purchase.
Adrian from Pru Life UK
Employees number: 5,001-10,000 employees
Video recruit saved me so much time and improved my productivity. Very convenient as I'm able to choose when to evaluate applicants.
I like the spontaneity, like an actual interview even if it's completely automated. With the added benefit of playing it back for better understanding.
It works perfectly and I never had any issue except during bad weather when the internet connection is poor.
Adonis from Fujitsu Telecom Systems Philippines Inc.
Employees number: 51-200 employees
Very easy to use and minimize the time in screening applicant. Automation and spontaneous conversation make the hiring process easier and manageable.
Reliable internet connectivity is required to maximize the potential of the system. The system is internet dependent.
This is so much more reliable than other video software I've used for recruiting. I highly recommend this.
The software works well, except when you have a bad internet connection. Weather has sometimes interfered with it.