WHY VIDEO MAKES SENSE
HR BUDGETS DECREASED...
VIDEO INTERVIEWS INCREASED.
of candidates prefer
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Online Job Interviews

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Unveiling the secrets to great face-to-face and video interviews online. Whether you're a job seeker or a recruiter screening candidates, you might not realize that body language can determine 80% of the final decision. As video interviewing becomes widely used, could you body language jeopardize your success?

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  1. 1. WHY VIDEO MAKES SENSE HR BUDGETS DECREASED... VIDEO INTERVIEWS INCREASED. of candidates prefer to use video during the interview process. Since 2011, the use of video interviewing has risen Whether you’re a job seeker or a recruiter screening candidates, you may not realize that body language can determine 80% of the final decision. As video interviewing becomes widely used, could your body language jeopardize your success? HR managers use video to interview candidates. 36% choose a time that suits them. 21% don’t have to travel. 20% gain a face-to-face experience online. 18% prefer its overall convenience. HIRING MANAGERS RECRUITERS Video interviews make their jobs easier. 60% 74% ...save them money. 85% 88% ...reduce their time spent to fill positions.88% 90% ...are easy for them to conduct. 76% 80% BODY LANGUAGE DECODED H O W C O M M U N I C AT I O N I S C O N V E Y E D P O S I T I V E B O D Y L A N G U A G E N E G AT I V E B O D Y L A N G U A G E HUMAN FACE TONE OF VOICE ACTUAL WORDS HEAD NODDING shows patience, understanding MAINTAINING EYE CONTACT shows interest, confidence SMILING GENUINELY shows positivity, warmth LEANING FORWARD shows interest, concern, understanding FURROWED BROW shows confusion, disagreement, discomfort LACK OF EYE CONTACT shows discomfort, dishonesty FROWNING shows discomfort, disinterest, tension LEANING BACK shows resistance, disinterest, doubt 6 B O D Y L A N G U A G E S E C R E T S F O R Y O U R N E X T O N L I N E I N T E R V I E W UNVEILING THE SECRETS TO GREAT FACE-TO-FACE INTERVIEWS ONLINE SET THE SCENE. Test the lighting and make sure the back- ground isn’t distracting, messy or cluttered. DON’T FIDGET. Not only do you reveal your anxiety, but you also risk muffling the audio. FRAME YOUR FACE. Adjust your webcam to show you from mid-torso to just the top of your head. MAKE EYE CONTACT. Look directly into the camera when you’re talking—not down at the monitor. SUIT UP. Style your hair, and dress professionally— jacket, dress shirt (and tie, for men). TRUST YOUR TECH. Test the app and practice before the interview to get comfortable with the tech and avoid surprises. of communication is non-verbal. Up to SOURCES: RECRUITER.COM HRTECHBLOG.COM MEHRABIAN COMMUNICATION RESEARCH PGi.COM/LEARN LEARN MORE ABOUT VIDEO INTERVIEWING AT EXPERTS.PGi.COM/iMEETHR. T H E F U T U R E O F H I R I N G RISE OF THE VIDEO INTERVIEW

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