Be it any company the heads of HR are key drivers of success and one of their primary roles is to have strategic growth and keep the hiring running smoothly.
On the hiring side, the role of HR has seen a tremendous shift towards digital tools and ways than the traditional approaches.
Today with about 90% of applicants browsing for jobs via mobile devices, they are well-versed in this digital shift in the interview process. They prefer virtual interviews more than the traditional face-to-face ones.
Well HR’s can relax a bit as the new AI-driven hiring platforms such as Hireclap are there to help you out with the digital hiring processes. Recruiters can make use of online assessment tests, with proctoring and schedule e-interviews and all.
Even if the mode of hiring is changing the basic things like hiring based on talent and the core aspects of interviewing, and screening candidates remain the same.
Before the pandemic, every organisation had a few dates set in a year where they would have the onboarding ceremony takes place. But pandemic has changed it all and now companies are having virtual office tours, guides and video chats to showcase the good about the company they will be working for.
It was not an easy task to shift from face-to-face live interaction to a virtual one as things and people were needed in place.
Is virtual recruitment here to stay?
Yes, the world has been able to see how effective and efficient it is. Now every company is doing this as part of their process, as it is reducing their expenses and lowering their turnover. They also help the recruiters in identifying the right talent.