Talent Acquisition & Recruitment

Enabling the simple recording and playback of audio content, with an interactive response capability, can power delivery of services for employees and partners. Whether it is quickly providing training on the latest products or sharing a conference call among a group, audio content informs and empower employees, partners and customers, enabling them to move at a faster pace.

Recording audio content from candidates in recruitment can be a key part of solutions that enhance the process of talent acquisition. Using an interactive menu in solutions for candidate screening or explaining to candidates how a position fits into the strategy of the hiring company.

Digital Interview Platform

Audio recording offers value to digital interviews by being able to record questions for interview subjects, whether it is for journalist, training or for research.

It can also be used for interviewing job applicants, and recording their answers. Sharing the interview among recruiters and hiring managers leads to quicker decision making to proceed to a one-to-one interview, while also preparing the candidate for in-depth areas of inquiry later.

One example is setting up an interview for a technology company in service management, a field that frequently uses the ITIL framework to guide companies in their implementation of IT projects.

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For interview practice, Audiologiks offers the candidates an option to record their answers to practice questions and receive a link they can share with others. For a one-to-one phone interview, an option can be added to the menu to directly connect with the interviewer.

Candidate Screening

Candidates introduce themselves and answer 1-4 questions provided by an interactive menu. The results are sent to the recruiter or hiring manager, via an email link that can be saved in an Applicant Tracking System or other in-house system.

For practice interviews, candidates can select from 60 question sets, and Audiologiks will update questions based on industry and job function.

Position Marketing

To better explain the benefits and career possibilities of a position, company human resources and hiring managers can record a short summary to market the position, stressing their interest in candidates with the relevant experience and skills to apply.

This can be a translation into Japanese of existing content available in English.

Games, Tests & Quizzes

After training has been conducted, an interactive audio game based on the training content can be offered to participants to test understanding, and also guide participants to areas for further study. More than just a way to score training results, an interactive game can trigger memory and highlight areas for participants to work on further.