How to ask applicants to record a video
Modern employers ask applicants to create a video
More and more employers are considering more criteria in pursuit of their new talents. In recent years, candidates have been looked up online and in social media, in order to get a better impression of the candidates. This is time consuming and does not provide a professional image of the candidates. Therefore, the use of video presentations in addition to CVs has become very popular.
In order to receive applications with video, it is crucial to provide applicants with the security of how the personal video presentations are processed and what will happen to the videos after the screening process before an interview. My1Min is the only tool that gives candidates full control over their own video presentations and the ability to delete videos whenever they want to ensure that videos do not go viral and appear in other contexts later.
This information is important to convey in the job announcement, to ensure the candidates that video is safe to send.
Suggestion of what you can write in the announcement:
How to apply is easy
Click on the link to My1Min, sign in/register in a few seconds and follow the steps. Upload your photo (optional), your CV and write a short cover letter. You can then record a short video presentation up to 1 minute or tick off that you want to apply without video. You have full control over your own video and may delete it at any time, even after it is sent. This way you can be sure that it will not appear anywhere else later. You may record as many times as you wish until you choose to send your application. In the video presentation, you may briefly describe who you are, why you are qualified for this job and why you want to work with us. Apply here: [Paste the link to your digital application folder]
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