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Is let's talk about smaller businesses now and for that we sale indicate Rogers who is.
And she's joining us to talk about a column that you recently wrote on the website personal thanks for being here and I think talk to you.
-- -- more about this this is.
Yet for small businesses that may not have a big human resource is budget.
May not be able to do the kind of a recruiting that some bigger companies are able to exactly.
-- -- on a higher range.
In -- is a big undertaking for any company you want -- resurgent hang it.
Make sure that you're making a right choice for your company.
So virtual hiring in the new trends emerging for businesses of all sizes and essentially allows you to that -- candidates before they know locking the door.
In the lab will be a -- This is really starting to take off.
And it also I would imagine gives.
An employer an opportunity to see what a potential hire is like.
Especially a job that might involve you know might have job responsibilities -- phone work or video conferencing access by doing these things -- virtually you get to see sort of how someone conduct in the.
Yeah so there's two different ways that this works one in the -- -- like -- where you would actually have a face to face interview with actually in real time.
You know -- all the questions that you would do an interview process me get to see you at their life.
And I -- -- you can really get a sense of who the person is as I've noticed that keeper as an.
Makes them stand -- -- -- and I think you more -- -- you would if you -- -- every person just coming into your office because that takes up a lot of time and we on small business -- where so many hats and don't have tons of free time to do that kind of thing.
So what are some other ways that you mention that telephone also Skype are video conference and -- -- way to do it and it.
An on demand is starting to become more popular I spoke with a company called -- -- and they offer this type of a service where.
You allow the candidates -- -- here in the -- As they are available so they would -- into a program like hired you.
And view a video interview with you that gets record didn't and you gonna play back in sharing your teen actor -- that's great yeah and they do the same thing iphones it.
Now -- there are companies that.
That sort of offer a special software that can be used for these purposes.
-- -- a lot of the companies that I interviewed they offered is on demand services Skype is another tool.
For video conferencing -- becoming really popular.
And he fine -- in your research in your reporting that this is being used by companies who are hiring.
More entry level type workers or mid level workers as opposed -- imagine if you're looking to hire someone -- -- is sort of an executive type role.
You might want -- you might prefer to have something more face thing.
Actually person if somebody's Indian manager and they're going to be managing tons of people and a bigger team exactly wanna -- with their like in person and get a feel for who they are.
But for something like entry level position or maybe someone who's going to working tax important do you really.
And -- on the technical side of your business is a great way to tax you know -- cannot see how they get -- south.
-- -- companies want -- project you know when there are looking to hire someone obviously -- they're looking to find someone that they are impressed with but a lot of times.
Companies want to convey.
You know a good image about themselves they wanna project you know a certain level of professionalism on the part of the company to try to entice.
The best potential candidates to come and work there.
Do these sort of may be lower -- Hiring.
Sometimes not project that to -- two potential employees I think all the -- -- how the hiring manager conducts himself or herself during the interview I also spoke with PC magazine her lead analyst for small business.
If you say that ball on the hiring manager side.
And on that candidates side that they need to be taking a -- as seriously as you let it sit down interview he Sony dressed nicely -- -- have those professional questions and answers ready for the candidate.
Very interesting and you can read more about this at foxbusiness.com.
With the article on.
Sort of virtual hiring for small business -- you can see.
Kate's article online thank you very much -- -- talk to you for having.
OK so we want to talk now shifted.
To that that sort of talking specifically about women in the workplace and a new study that was out recently that that came out the talked about women.
Sort of hitting a bit of -- -- when it comes to reaching those higher level.
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