Chicago, IL (PRWEB) April 21, 2014
Spark Hire (http://www.sparkhire.com), the fastest growing video interviewing provider, will present its one-way and live video interviewing solutions to reduce hospitality recruiting woes at the 8th Annual National HR in Hospitality Conference & Expo in Las Vegas, NV on April 28-29.
“Turnover is a widely known problem in the hospitality industry,” says Josh Tolan, CEO of Spark Hire. “We came out with a whitepaper just last month called 6 Hospitality Hiring Hacks Using Video Interviews to help the industry find hires more likely to stick around. To take it a step further, we’re presenting our services directly to hospitality professionals at the expo so they can see why a video interview is the right tool to reduce turnover.”
Spark Hire will be providing demonstrations of the following interview formats:
One-Way Video Interviews: Candidates record short video answers to an employer’s interview questions completely on their own time. These interviews are a great method for screening candidates and give employers a glimpse into a prospective candidate's personality faster than in the traditional process.
Live Video Interviews: Candidates connect face-to-face via webcam with an employer. The interview allows employers to get a feel earlier in the process for a candidate's people skills. The live interview is also recorded and easy to playback or share with others.
Stop by booth #405 for a video interviewing demonstration; see how the technology is helping the hospitality industry find and retain the best people.
About Spark Hire:
Spark Hire is the fastest growing video interviewing platform in the world. Offering a completely branded one-way and recorded live video interview platform, Spark Hire helps companies eliminate phone screens, gain more insight into candidates, and make amazing hires. No contracts, no setup fees. Unlimited video interviews starting at $49/month. For more information, visit sparkhire.com.
About HR in Hospitality Conference:
HR in Hospitality is the only conference that addresses the unique HR and legal challenges facing the hospitality industry. From keeping track of the dizzying array of changes in labor law to tips on reducing employee turnover, you’ll find sessions to help you face day-to-day challenges and gain a fresh perspective on the bigger HR picture. For more information, visit hrinhospitality.com.