Max Planck, the influential German physicist and Nobel Prize Winner in Physics, once said, “A new scientific truth does not triumph by convincing its opponents but rather because its opponents eventually die.”
The more we see the advancement of personal digital assistants (first Siri, now Amazon’s Alexa), the more we’re going to ask, “What else can they do for us?” As of right now, the application of these digital assistants is largely on a business-to-consumer level, such as calling you a cab or ordering roses.
We notice that a lot of companies are now starting to use video interviewing. At face value, it would seem that this would be a very efficient tool to use as part of the interview process once you’ve identified a certain candidate.
However, there are a few challenges associated with video interviewing that you should be fully aware of, so you incorporate it in the right manner if you’re going to go that route.