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Case Studies

School District Fills 100% of Positions with Help from VidCruiter

Twin Rivers Unified School District is a large district in California with 52 schools. They were facing multiple hiring challenges, including a competitive job market, dozens of job openings, and a small recruitment team.

How Kaw Valley Greenhouses Grows Its Staff During Peak Season

Kaw Valley Greenhouses hires more than 500 seasonal employees each year. VidCruiter’s online recruitment software has eliminated the frustration of interview no-shows—and accelerated their average application-to-hire time from 1-3 weeks to 1-3 days! Find out how in this case study.

100s of Workers Recruited to Fight COVID-19 in Baltimore

To contain the spread of COVID-19 and address the needs of vulnerable residents, Baltimore Health Corps embarked on a time-sensitive recruitment project to hire 300-400 trusted community members within just a few months.

Recruitment Agency Saves 50,000 Pounds, Quadruples Video Profiles

Based in London, England, GradBay is a recruitment agency specializing in pairing university graduates with growing UK businesses. They work with hundreds of clients and have managed nearly 1,000 placements in just over a year—despite having a small team of five people.

eBooks

The Ultimate Guide to Choosing a Video Interview Provider

Do you need to transition to remote recruitment, but you're not sure where to start? In this practical guide, we go over everything you need to know when shopping for a provider.

Save Time & Headspace

Reclaim your workday! By modernizing your hiring strategy, you can free up valuable time—without compromising your high standards.

Save Money on Hiring Expenses

Here’s the bottom line: employees are a company’s most important asset. When you’re looking for new employees to join your team, keeping recruitment costs low is important. But saving money shouldn’t come at a cost of quality or speed.

Video Interviewing

The Value of Knockout Questions

Knockout questions act as a gatekeeper, “knocking out” (or pre-filtering) candidates who don’t meet the minimum requirements for a job.

Using Video for More Engaging, Predictive Interview Questions

Posing your questions through video helps personalize the virtual interviewing experience, so it feels friendlier and more representative of your company culture. Here's how to improve the candidate experience, promote your organization, and predict how applicants would perform on the job.

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.

Industries

Law Firms

How to Hire for Your Legal Office

Law is a wide-ranging sector that employs all kinds of professionals including lawyers, paralegals, solicitors, barristers, law clerks, arbitrators, notaries, legal assistants and more.

Schools

Recruiting Teachers within Your School District

The educators you choose to employ have a ripple effect. Their teachings impact and influence those who learn from them, and later those learn from their students as well. To build a bright future, it’s so important to hire good teachers.

Candidates

How to Ace Your First Digital Interview

The thought of being on camera makes some people nervous. Here are some simple tips so you can adequately prepare and do well during an online interview.

Get Your Dream Job With these Candidate Tips

Here are some tips for job hunters hoping to land the perfect career.

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