Video interviews have exploded in the recruitment world, and often, only large companies are able to incorporate this new screening tool. But with the help of Kira Talent, the easy to-use online video interview screening platform, small companies with small budgets can now effectively adopt video into their hiring processes.
With packages all less than $20 per applicant, Kira Talent offers ‘budgeting businesses’ an affordable and reliable platform to help streamline any hiring process. All packages include a range of unlimited features, including unlimited questions per interview, time restraints and sharing between accounts. The packages also offer customizable features and 24/7 client support.
So, exactly how does the platform work? In just three easy steps…
1. Send— Users can record their own questions or select from Kira Talent’s best-practice video question bank and invite candidates to respond.
2. Receive— Eliminate scheduling hassles as candidates use their webcams to record video responses on their own time.
3. Review—Collaborate with your team to quickly and easily review candidate responses.
It’s that simple.
“People are more than just words on paper, and sorting through online applications and performing phone-screens is time-consuming and expensive. Video interview screening is the closest you can get to a first impression without having to actually schedule an interview, “Emilie Cushman, CEO of Kira Talent, said. “Applicants can complete the interview on their own time, and employers get an authentic look at the personality and potential of the candidate in less time.”
Kira Talent also offers its users a host of other features to increase efficiency during the recruitment process:
- Easy setup;
- Candidate analytics;
- Seamless integration;
- Applicant practice suite;
- Recorder videos with drag/drop functionality;
- Custom email branding;
And much more!
“At Kira Talent, we believe that technology should be beautiful and easy to use,” Cushman said. “Not only are we pioneering video interview screening, but we’re turning what has traditionally been difficult and unfriendly enterprise software into something beautiful and seamless for both employers and candidates.”