Video interviews are typically used at one of four stages in a recruiting and screening workflow. The first is integrated into or embedded into your application or career site. This is where you add video questions for the applicant to respond to along with submitting their resume.
Next is the screening stage. This is used after a resume screen and usually replaces a phone screen. This can decrease your recruiter screen time by up to 25 minutes per candidate. Video interviews are also used at the third stage by inviting candidates to participate in a behavioral assessment or other competency-based assessment delivered in video format. And finally, the live video interview where you can invite candidates to a scheduled, live, recordable interview where you can have a live, interactive conversation that can be recorded and shared with other team members for review after the interview. Live interviews are often used for panel interviews with multiple interviewers or interviewees.