interviewstream announced that they are further extending free access to its live and one-way remote interview platform to all K-12 schools, colleges and universities, and corporations not currently using the solution
interviewstream announced that they are extending free access to its interview connect (live) and interview on demand (one-way) remote interviewing platform to companies that are not currently using these products. This offer is open to all of the communities that they serve, including K-12 schools, colleges and universities, and businesses. With over 17 years working with educational institutions and businesses in online interviewing and scheduling, the Company feels that they are uniquely qualified to support organizations as their teams transition to fully remote education and work.
It is the Company’s hope that free access to these online interviewing solutions will allow K-12 schools and colleges and universities to continue hiring faculty and staff to fill gaps on their teams. The Company also wants to enable colleges and universities to continue interviewing students for their various undergraduate and graduate programs. The company also wants to ensure all organizations are able to continue hiring candidates for their open positions in a simple and easy way.
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“We (interviewstream) opened access a few weeks ago to our interview on demand platform as we saw many of our clients quickly begin to shift to remote work,” says Ron Wilson, CEO of interviewstream. “As we continued to see a spike in usage across our platform, we asked our customers how else we could help. They responded and we are grateful to be in a position to extend free access to our interview connect solution as well.”
Many K12 schools across the United States have moved fully to e-learning or closed for the year, yet they still need teachers to run their classrooms when students are able to head back to school, even if it’s virtual. In addition, most of the colleges and universities across the country have closed their campuses, however many still have educational programs that require interviews with potential students, and teaching positions to fill for upcoming semesters. Companies are also continuing to hire, with some companies like Amazon ramping up their remote hiring significantly.
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“As a leader in interviewing technology, we believe it’s our responsibility to help the education community and businesses continue to conduct interviews remotely,” says Ron Wilson, CEO of interviewstream. “We want to do everything we can to help the communities we serve manage the changes they face as the situation in the world continues to remain fluid. It’s just a part of who we are as individuals, a team and a company.”
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