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SOURCE: Spark Hire, Inc.
Stop by booth 41 at the 2013 LEHRN Minnesota HR Tech Expo for a demonstration of Spark Hire's video interviews and a chance to win an iPad Mini
Chicago, IL (PRWEB) February 26, 2013
Spark Hire (http://www.sparkhire.com), the leading provider of video interviewing solutions, will proudly be exhibiting at the 2013 LEHRN Minnesota HR Tech Expo in Minneapolis, MN on March 7th.
"I'm excited to show off our video interviewing solutions at the 2013 LEHRN Minnesota HR Tech Expo,” said Josh Tolan, CEO of Spark Hire. "My goal is to have attendees connect with our services and see the benefits behind all of the video interviewing buzz."
Spark Hire will be located in the exhibit hall at booth number 41 and will feature video demonstrations including:
Spotlight Interviews: Candidates record video responses to an employer's text-based interview questions using either a webcam or mobile device. Employers review these video answers at their convenience.
Live Interviews: Employers connect with a single job candidate in a live video feed via webcam. The interview is recorded and available for playback.
Spark Hire will also be raffling away gifts at the expo, including coffee mugs, t-shirts, and an iPad Mini as the top prize. Stop by for a video interviewing demonstration and a chance to win one of these great gifts.
About Spark Hire:
Spark Hire is a video powered hiring network that connects job seekers and employers through video resumes and online video interviews. By integrating video screening and video interviewing into the hiring process, Spark Hire bridges the gap from the initial application to the final hiring decision by providing job seekers with a better way to stand out and employers with a more efficient way to identify top candidates. For more information, please visit SparkHire.com.
LEHRN is a professional community sharing knowledge and experience on the successful alignment of Human Resources/Human Capital Management (HR/HCM) and talent management information systems to support best business practices. For more information, please visit LEHRN.org.
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