Prepping for video interviews

I think we can safely say video interviewing is here to stay and that the benefits far exceed any preconceived advantages of meeting face to face. I mean, seriously, how important is the firmness of a candidates’ handshake anyway? To help those of you who are conducting or participating in video interviews at the moment, I thought this might be useful.

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Automated right to work compliance

How many times have you done something in the past few months of lock down and thought, hold on, why didn’t we always just do it like this? Isn’t it funny how quickly we’ve adapted to the circumstances and how it’s actually flagged up some non-COVID related issues we were just letting slide on the daily? For example, how great is working from home with no pollution-causing commute? And ordering your Starbucks on the app for a contactless collection, ideal!  Adapting...

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Video interview technology. The new norm.

So, hiring slowed down. That's to be expected; after all, with such dramatic changes to the way we live and work right now, there was bound to be a pause as we all got our heads around the evolving situation. But what of the hiring requirements companies had planned for at the beginning of the year and the continued requirements (particularly for business critical positions or for scarce skill sets) companies have right now. They’ve not gone away; businesses still need...

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Industry 4.0 – Addressing the Skills Gap

Industry 4.0 is the name that is being given to what many experts see as the latest industrial revolution. Over the last few years we have seen some rapid advances in technology, with increasing automation, data collection, analytics and monitoring becoming the norm. Smart supply chains and connected devices are sure to offer substantial improvements in the efficiency of our manufacturing facilities. But who will operate these new smart factories? The current generation of industrial leaders are not digital natives...

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Human Robot Integration in Manufacturing

Over the last few decades, manufacturing has changed a great deal. The development of labour-saving devices means that factories can handle larger tasks, for longer hours and complete things more rapidly than humans ever could. At first, those labour saving devices were simple machines that performed very specific tasks within strictly limited parameters. This has changed, however, and today we have robots that are capable of analysing situations, making decisions and working with or alongside humans in quite dynamic ways....

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