We are excited to be able to showcase our latest products that illustrate how the integration of video can significantly reduce the time, cost, and effort typically associated with traditional hiring methods.
Chicago, IL (PRWEB) April 24, 2012
Spark Hire, the leading job board and video interviewing platform, announced it will be exhibiting at the 32nd annual IHRIM's 2012 HRMS Strategies Conference and Technology Exposition to be held at the Hilton Chicago in Chicago, IL on April 30 through May 3.
"This is the first time Spark Hire will be exhibiting at the conference,” said Josh Tolan, CEO of Spark Hire. “We are excited to be able to showcase our latest products that illustrate how the integration of video can significantly reduce the time, cost, and effort typically associated with traditional hiring methods.”
At the conference, Spark Hire will be located at booth #1013 and will feature video demonstrations including:
- Spotlight Interviews: Employers can send a series of questions to candidates who respond with video answers. These interviews can be watched by the employer at their convenience.
- Live Interviews: Employers can connect face to face with job seekers using their webcam.
Spark Hire will also be raffling off a free iPad! Be sure to stop by to watch one of the demonstrations for your chance to win an iPad!
About Spark Hire:
Spark Hire is a Chicago-based startup which combines a job board and online interviewing platform. By combining traditional online job board features with video interviewing solutions, Spark Hire provides companies with the most cost effective and streamlined way of finding their next hire. On Spark Hire, companies can post a job, receive applications that contain video resumes, and even conduct recorded and live interviews with their top candidates from the convenience of their own computer. For more information, please visit http://www.SparkHire.com
"For over 32 years, IHRIM’s conferences have offered our attendees the perfect blend of networking, education and technological solutions to issues facing HR and HR systems professionals today and in the future.” For more information, please visit http://www.ihrim.org