Carlsbad, CA, March 28, 2012 --(PR.com
)-- Digital interviewing, where a candidate is screened for a position over Skype or a similar web-based program, has been growing more popular worldwide as companies look to fill available positions with out-of-state or overseas talent. Australia, being such a widespread nation, is no exception.
“You’ll find that a lot of companies will do interviews with candidates within domestic Australia before they expense flying them interstate,” said Peter Acheson, CEO of IT recruiting firm Peoplebank. “With the rise of things like the iPad and iPhone with FaceTime, I think this is going to become pretty standard.”
Indeed, technological advances have contributed to the ease of conducting interviews from just about anywhere, but does the convenience impact the professionalism of the interview – and more importantly, the interviewee?
Continue reading this story and many more in the March issue of Business Review Australia: http://www.businessreviewaustralia.com/technology/software/interviewing-goes-digital
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