WCN to hold event on video and gaming interview techniques
WCN is holding a free breakfast seminar where organisations will give their insight into using video- or games-based techniques for interviewing prospective candidates.
The seminar will take place on Friday 18th March in Central London.
WCN say that the seminar will explore the rapidly evolving technology landscape. It will help to build an understanding of best practice for creating engaging, candidate centric and efficient mechanisms as part of the recruitment process - making large-scale recruiting as meritocratic as possible.
This will include discussion from Charles Hipps, CEO at WCN, on the benefits of embracing simplification and virtualisation in e-recruitment practices, with a focus on how this can help with attracting and hiring the right candidates and harnessing innovations.
WCN state that the seminar will educate on game technology, video interviewing, job board aggregators, talent acquisition and management. The agenda has been designed to recognise the needs of employers in using multimedia technology to streamline recruitment processes as efficiently and effectively as possible.
Robert Newry, CEO & co-founder of Arctic Shores, will demonstrate how to use gaming technology to attract and identify the best candidates in a fun and fair way. Walter Hueber, CEO & Co-founder of Cammio, will also be looking at how the video recruitment platform can help candidates and employers towards hiring with a visual first impression.
Other speakers on the day include Paul Arthur, Technical Solutions Architect at Alexander Mann Solutions and Tim Parker, client operations at idibu, who will be discussing how businesses can find better matched candidates, develop talent pools and grow referral networks.
Those attending will be invited to put forward questions and take part in discussions on challenges, pitfalls, quick wins and best practices in volume recruitment.