A new video service, that lets people create their own CVs in order to search for jobs, says it will be offering free service to those who have lost their jobs during the coronavirus pandemic.
While traditional job interviews are still widely practiced, many Employers and Recruiters agree that they don’t always provide a holistic view of Candidates – and can even limit the diversity of hires. For example, some Candidates might have difficulty verbally articulating why they are the best fit for the job, while others might be restricted by the hours and locations offered for interviews. This can be a huge hinderance when looking for a job as a candidate, or when looking to expand the diversity of your workforce.
The Chief Data and Analytics Officer Conference organised by Corinium took place in Melbourne last week, and iTWire took the opportunity to interview two of the speakers.
Last month, CA held its annual CA World conference in Las Vegas. Here are some great video interviews, a show floor tour and more from the event!
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