Cigna, Goldman Sachs, IBM, and Yale School of Management MBA program are an impressive list that uses video Interview software to conduct first interviews with applicants. But how far should robo-recruiting go? A software engineer hired by IBM last year, had subsequent online interviews and eventually received her job offer via text message never meeting a flesh and blood person. The WSJ just reported robo-recruiting is now being taken one step further, “Some HireVue customers have an algorithm review the video interviews for them. A program called HireVue Insights scans videos for verbal and facial cues that match the skills and attributes a company is seeking and ranks the top 100 applicants.” HireVue Inc. hosted nearly three million video interviews last year, up from 13,000 five years ago.

Susan Phillips, CEO SelectLeaders
August 24, 2016

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