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YOUR HIRING PROCESS
The world’s most convenient video interviewing option!POPULAR FEATURES
- Review videos on your own schedule
- Better understand candidates
- Eliminate scheduling & time zone conflicts
TRANSITION TO REMOTE HIRING?
Structured digital interviews increase the predictive validity of your hires by 62%.
Reduce your time-to-hire by up to 80% and free up headspace for other HR priorities.
Did you know? U.S. office workers use ~10,000 sheets of paper every year.
Interview more candidates, more quickly - and still save money.
SEE WHAT OUR CLIENTS HAVE TO SAY
Best customer service ever!
VidCruiter is the most helpful team I have ever had the pleasure of working with. The best customer service you will ever receive. Words cannot express my appreciation for all that they do...Read The Full Review
- Jennifer S. NS Program Coordinator.
Made our recruiting easier!
What I like most about VidCruiter is that they offer so many options to customize each of the video interviews you set up in the system for all the positions you are interviewing for as a company....Read The Full Review
- Micheal R. HR, Banking.
Great tool and even better customer service!
Given our high application volume, VidCruiter has allowed us for additional screening before making a decision on a candidate without having to do a phone screen which can be very time consuming...Read The Full Review
- Valerie S. Recruitment Manager.
The system is very user friendly and is somewhat intuitive. It is somewhat error proof and very simple to navigate. The users seem to appreciate that it is fast to set up and that they are able to trust the system to save all of the information they record...Read The Full Review
- Lindsay B. Recruiter.
WHAT RECRUITERS ARE READING
Sean Fahey of VidCruiter accepted into Forbes Human Resources Council
Sean Fahey, CEO of VidCruiter, is now a member of the Forbes Human Resources Council, an invitation-only community for HR executives across all industries.
Types of Hiring Biases and How to Reduce Them
Hiring bias can be either conscious or unconscious, but either way, it’s bad for business. Bias leads to recruiters passing over high-potential candidates for lesser hires simply because of their own partiality.