News Roundup of Articles About HireVue
HireVue announced that it ranked number 342 on Deloitte’s Technology Fast 500™, a ranking of the 500 fastest growing technology, media, telecommunications, life sciences
November 15, 2018 | by HireVue
As the battle for talent wages on, two-fifths of job-seekers are being hired into new roles only to discover they have the wrong soft skills for the job, and over half (53%) are leaving companies because their personality or work style didn’t fit.
October 24, 2018 | by HireVue
HireVue was honored today by Bank of America Merrill Lynch for innovation that modernizes talent acquisition at the 10th annual Bank of America Merrill Lynch Technology Innovation Summit.
October 17, 2018 | by HireVue
HireVue, provider of the most comprehensive AI-driven talent assessment suite and video interviewing solutions, today announced the addition of HireVue Pre-Built Assessments to its market-leading HireVue Assessments platform.
October 10, 2018 | by HireVue
HireVue, provider of the most comprehensive AI-driven talent assessment suite and video interviewing solutions, has named Eric Boyd, CVP AI Platform at Microsoft, to the HireVue Board of Directors
October 8, 2018 | by HireVue
“To AI or not to AI”, a play on Shakespeare age-old adage, is making waves into today’s’ teched-up world as many industries are looking into AI solutions for their businesses, especially when it comes to human resources.
September 30, 2018 | by Entrepreneur
Kevin Parker arrived at Hirevue with a business-building resume that only the most seasoned business leaders can match. Join us when Kevin reveals his hardy appetite for growth at Hirevue and the business obstacles he's determined to remove.
September 25, 2018 | by Middle Market Executive
HireVue, provider of the most comprehensive AI-driven talent assessment suite and video interviewing solutions, has completed the acquisition of London-based MindX, a game-based assessments company. MindX’s game-based assessments deliver proven solutions to accelerate the hiring process and rapidly identify cognitive traits in job candidates.
May 10, 2018 | by HireVue
HireVue, the leading provider of AI-driven video intelligence solutions that bring the best talent to top global companies faster, today announced a fully localized Japanese version of its HireVue Assessments product that bases its predictive, pre-employment assessments on Japanese data for modeling. Built in partnership with TalentA, the premier HR software distribution company in Japan, the product is fully customizable for the positions for which each customer is recruiting.
March 26, 2018 | by HireVue
HireVue, the provider of AI-driven video intelligence solutions that bring the best talent to top global companies faster, announced a new hiring event scheduling module in its HireVue Coordinate solution. Now corporate recruiting teams can offer seamless, self-service scheduling for hiring events, from campus recruiting to job fairs.
March 21, 2018 | by HR Technologist
The urgency and push for diversity and inclusion (D&I) reflects the demographic shifts in the workforce. As more women, racial and ethnic minorities, LGBTQ individuals, veterans, and people with disabilities enter the workforce, organizations are challenged to find new ways to create a more dynamic workplace—one that fosters engagement and innovation and drives performance.
March 19, 2018 | by SHRM
The traditional hiring process is slowly fading away as employers look to artificial intelligence to help find the best candidates for the job. The team behind HireVue Assessments, a video interview platform that uses predictive analytics, said more and more employers are turning to AI technology to find their next hires.
January 23, 2018 | by Fox 4 Kansas City
It might look like a live interview, but these pre-recorded clips are guide by a computer program. It gives hypothetical scenarios and questions, records your responses and produces a score, based on things like word choice, facial expressions and eye contact.
January 22, 2018 | by CBS News Wire
The popularity of pre-hire assessments is growing among companies that want more predictive accuracy in their hiring processes. The best of these tests go beyond screening past experience or education to measuring a candidate's aptitude, fit or potential in scientifically validated and reliable ways, adding more rigor to hiring decisions.
January 22, 2018 | by SHRM
HireVue, the leading provider of AI-driven video intelligence solutions that bring the best talent to top global companies faster, today announced that it has received SOC 2 Type 2 assurance from an independent service auditor.
December 20, 2017 | by PR Newswire
Artificial intelligence (AI) has quickly become a welcomed addition to our everyday lives. From social media to automobiles, the machines are taking over. Certain machines have even found a job in finding jobs.
October 17, 2017 | by Forbes
Companies are living in a paradox right now: Brilliant new technology is flooding the workplace and changing business models, and yet, employee productivity and engagement levels are going down in the U.S. and around the world, said Josh Bersin during his closing keynote at this year’s HR Tech Conference.
October 13, 2017 | by HRE Daily
Diversity initiatives, once primarily the purview of a company’s HR organization, today are increasingly important to the entire C-suite. The number of executives who cite inclusion as a top priority has risen 32 percent since 2014, according to Deloitte’s Human Capital Trends 2017 survey, and 69 percent of respondents rate diversity and inclusion as an important issue, up from 59 percent in 2014.
October 11, 2017 | by Wall Street Journal
AI or artificial intelligence is the new buzzword in the corporate world. In the networked digital era amid proliferation of smart devices and surge of Big Data, AI — or smart machines that can think intuitively and make intelligent sense of the vast data — is the new battleground that is roiling multiple sectors, disrupting companies and stoking new rivalries.
October 7, 2017 | by Economic Times
Hiring managers have long relied on gut instinct to fill job openings. But now there’s a better way: Enter HireVue, a software program that extracts more than 25,000 data points from a video interview (measuring everything from vocabulary to empathy) to determine whether a candidate will be the perfect fit.
September 18, 2017 | by Forbes
Hiring is an extremely complex, high-volume process, where human recruiters—with their all-too-human biases—ferret out the best candidates for a role. But what if you could reinvent hiring—and remove people? A number of startups are building tools and platforms that recruit using artificial intelligence, which they claim will take human bias largely out of the recruitment process.
September 13, 2017 | by Wired
HireVue has raised $95 million and works with companies like Unilever and Goldman Sachs. I tried the software by applying to a HireVue job and discussed the results with HireVue's CTO.
August 23, 2017 | by Business Insider
#3: Unilever is using Artificial Intelligence to screen its potential hires. Unilever found that the “average time for a candidate to be hired went from four months to four weeks, saving a cumulative 50,000 hours of candidates’ time. Recruiters’ time spent reviewing applications decreased by 75%.” Can your company use this kind of technology to save time, too?
July 2, 2017 | by Forbes
Hirevue, Utah-based firm, has developed a machine-learning algorithm to appraise applications done by video. The system grades the applicants according to their suitability for the job, as set out by the hiring company. Human hiring managers can do the rest.
June 29, 2017 | by Axios
Traditionally, the hiring process has meant plenty of face-to-face interaction with candidates, with managers using interviews to narrow their candidate pools. But technology might give that method of operation the axe, as Kelsey Gee of The Wall Street Journal reports.
June 28, 2017 | by Inc.
For the past year, the Dutch-British consumer-goods giant Unilever has been using artificial intelligence to hire entry-level employees, and the company says it has dramatically increased diversity and cost-efficiency.
June 28, 2017 | by Business Insider
A radical hiring experiment is under way at the London-based maker of Dove soap and Axe deodorant. To diversify its candidate pool for early-career roles that are a fast track to management, Unilever has ditched resumes and traditional campus recruiting. Its new process relies on algorithms to sort applicants and targets young potential hires where they spend much of their time: their smartphones.
June 26, 2017 | by Wall Street Journal
I've been following the HR technology market for almost 20 years, and it never ceases to amaze me. Today we are in one of the most innovative cycles I have ever seen, with hundreds of new companies funded by more than $3 billion in venture capital invested over the last three years, according to a CB Insights research report on HR technology investments.
June 27, 2016 | by SHRM
Vodafone has begun using artificial intelligence to help recruit call-centre and shopfloor staff. Candidates submit videos of themselves answering a standard questionnaire. Computer algorithms then assess their suitability for a role based on subtle facial cues and voice intonation.
June 25, 2017 | by The Sunday Times (London)
Machine. Artificial. Automated. These can seem counterintuitive words for a profession with “human” at its core. But central to the shift toward machine learning is a very human need: data on our side and on our team to back up our instincts, to help us win the talent wars and to create efficiencies that free up our team’s time to focus on high-touch candidate interactions.
June 13, 2017 | by SHRM
The HR landscape is no longer merely about the “softer” aspects of managing people, but leverages the latest technology to add value to business. The tech advancements have penetrated the HR domain, and we see the market flooded with a slew of HR software solutions for various talent engagements.
May 26, 2017 | by HR Technologist
Predictive algorithms and machine learning are fast emerging as tools to identify the best candidates. Companies are using AI to assess human qualities, drawing on research to analyze everything from word choice and microgestures to psycho-emotional traits and the tone of social media posts.
May 19, 2017 | by Fortune