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Windows 7: Introducing Skype Interviews Scheduler

14 Dec 2017   #1
Brink

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Introducing Skype Interviews Scheduler

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Scheduling job interviews with multiple interviewers and candidates can be a complicated and time-consuming task, one that can easily account for a significant portion of a recruiter’s workload. Today, a new integrated scheduling app—built on the Skype Interviews platform—significantly streamlines the interview scheduling process.

Introducing Skype Interviews Scheduler, designed to simplify the process of scheduling interviews—as well as reduce the number of steps required to send an invite. With an embedded interview link, candidates can launch an interview directly from their calendar. In addition, Skype Interviews Scheduler can also become an integrated part of your recruitment workflows via APIs.

The power of Skype Interviews Scheduler

Scheduler is easy to use—making it a powerful tool for recruiters. Simply sign in to Scheduler, click Schedule new Interview, and then select the type of interview that is being scheduled.



Next, input the candidate and interviewer’s name and email address, and either enter an agreed-upon time and date for the interview, or select the Smart Scheduler—which will arrange the interviewer and candidate’s interview.



Once available time slots are selected, Scheduler sends a notification to the candidate to accept or decline.



After the candidate selects a timeslot, each participant is automatically sent a calendar invite, which they can click to join the interview directly from the email. No download or Skype ID is required to join. From the Skype Interviews dashboard, recruiters can see what times candidates have selected and make further amendments to interviews if needed.

Make Skype Interviews Scheduler part of your recruitment workflow

We are looking for platform partners who want to integrate the Skype Interviews Scheduler functionality within their platform, dramatically streamlining the scheduling process for recruiters, coordinators, interviewers, and candidates alike. Your input will help shape the future of Skype Interviews. Sign up for early access to our developer API now.

Visit the Skype Interviews website to learn more and try it today.


Source: Skype Interviews Scheduler—helping recruiters simplify the interview process | Skype Blogs


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14 Dec 2017   #2
mjf

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Skype is great for family and friends. When used for recruitment there are issues. The quality of your image depend on the quality of your internet connection, your webcam and lighting. Many people have laptops/notebooks and the image quality can be quite poor and distorted. When you are a young person on the short list nothing beats a face to face interview. The images on the sell links are of high undistorted quality.
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