By LIM MAY LEE
Whether one is a jobseeker or an employer, the tedious and costly process of recruiting and filling up job vacancies is usually considered a necessary evil. The launch of Visume by myStarjob.com may be the answer for a simpler and less costly recruitment process.
Now available on myStarjob.com, Visume is a new recruitment tool that promises to speed up the entire process of recruitment, for both employers as well as jobseekers. Boasting three key features – setting pre-screening questions,conducting live interviews, and viewing candidates’ video resume, Visume aims to simplify the recruitment process.
Employers can list up to five pre-screening questions as part of the pre-employment process and a more efficient filtering system. Candidates will be required to answer these preset questions to give potential employers a chance to assess the candidates’ ability to fit into a company’s culture. The questions will make it easier for recruiters to shortlist the best candidates for an interview, effectively making the entire recruiting process more efficient.
After screening through the candidates who have answered the questions, employers can set up a live video interview to talk to them face-to-face, so to speak. A chat room will be “open” at a certain time and can hold one candidate and multiple interviewers. With this feature, Visume has unveiled the concept of a “borderless interview” and employers and job applicants would be able to cut down on their expenses.
View video resumes
Jobseekers to record a video resume so that they can stand out among other jobseekers
In an age where video podcasts and YouTube stars have become commonplace, competition has built up and the best jobs will go to the most impressive candidates. Video resumes and black-and-white resumes can work hand-in-hand to give jobseekers the edge they needed, and employers the ability to make quick and accurate assessments. Visume is the perfect all-in-one recruitment tool for recruiters as well as jobseekers.
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