“Our enemy is the resume,” Lewis said. “We want candidates to show their true colors … which you can’t do in a black and white resume.”
Guest Post Video might have “killed the radio star” with the birth of MTV in 1981, but now video is an expanding part of our everyday lives. Online video especially has grown and developed since the birth of YouTube in 2005, making sharing videos easier than ever. Online video might conjure moving images of cats jumping into boxes or toddlers saying precocious things, but it’s much more than that. Used well, online video can be a great tool in the employment process.
Forget the suit, tie, arriving ten minutes early, and chatting up the secretary. All those staples of your standard in-person job interview may soon be endangered species in the job search ecosystem as the video recruiting space continues to heat up.