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Vipe Customer Featured on the News for Using Video to Put Americans Back to Work

March 5, 2012 8 comments

Vipe’s customer TPI Staffing was recently featured on Fox News for using videos of their candidates to help get them placed. Clients and candidates alike were interviewed as part of the segment. Click the image below to view the video on the TPI Staffing website (you can also view the video by clicking here).

TPI Staffing

Clients found the video helped streamline the hiring process and candidates enjoyed how the short video helped them capture the attention of their prospective employer. Congratulations TPI Staffing on making the news for helping put Americans back to work!

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New Report! Video Trends in the Staffing Industry

October 24, 2011 15 comments

If you are using or considering video as a staffing or recruiting company, Vipe is offering a free benchmarking report to help you set & manage expectations. We analyzed a sampling of 25K videos  to see how usage trends have changed over the past 3 years – and some results were surprising!

For example, did you know that if you remotely invited a candidate to record videos on their own, you could expect a 2.5 day turnaround in 2009, but in 2011 the average response time is less than 6.5 hours?!

The following topics were reviewed:vipe video cheat sheet - video trends in the staffingindustry

  • Video type (marketing videos vs. candidate videos)
  • Video source (uploaded files vs. webcam recordings)
  • Candidate video lengths
  • Number of video interview questions asked
  • Remote invite response time rate of candidate videos
  • Remote invite completion percentage for candidate videos

 

Click here to get the report!

 

CareerBuilder ends Video Resume functionality

September 7, 2008 Leave a comment

This article would have been great to add to my discussions about why video resumes won’t become mainstream. Turns out a huge name in the space, CareerBuilder, has stopped its video resume functionality. Check out the article here on ERE.

I rest my case.

Why video resumes won’t become mainstream (part III)

September 3, 2008 Leave a comment

I have covered the legality and process of why video resumes won’t become mainstream in parts I and II of this discussion, now let’s talk about who a video resume is designed to benefit (and why it most likely isn’t you).

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Why video resumes won’t become mainstream (part I)

August 24, 2008 2 comments

I started this group to have a discussion about all types of video in hiring. As per my last posting, I believe videos that are created by companies to market and re-emphasize their brand are incredibly valuable and will only continue to grow in popularity.

Of the several types of videos within the hiring space, I think the least effective and least valuable are video resumes – for several reasons that will be discussed in parts:

1. Their potential for discrimination
2. The time they add to the hiring process, not streamline it
3. Who they are designed to benefit

I believe video resumes can absolutely increase the potential for discrimination in the hiring process for 2 primary reasons. First, because of when they enter the hiring process and second, because of the process standards demanded by the governing bodies that regulate employers.

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