VIDREFERENCING: EMPLOYMENT VERIFICATIONS WITHOUT THE MANUAL WORK
More Insightful, Accurate References
Asking a candidate for two references is often not enough, but asking for more will take too much time. With VidReferencing you can ask for as many as you want without the risk of spending hours coordinating it.
Ask for References at Any Time
Our system lets you ask for references at any point in the hiring process. You can ask for them upfront before the final interview in order to get a better idea of the candidate and their past work experience, or at the very end to verify before hiring. It’s your choice.
Candidates do all the Work
Once you ask for references, you just need to wait for them to come in. With VidReferencing, applicants are the ones who contact the referees on your behalf. Applicants get each of their referees to complete your private online report and do not get to see what is written.
Let the Referee be More Honest About the Applicant
With VidReferencing, referees have proven to be more candid and insightful with their responses, as they have the opportunity to give them more thought. Having to submit a hard copy also holds referees more accountable than if they were speaking to you over the phone. People can also complete references in any format: written, audio, or video.
Customize and Standardise the Process
Having different team members calling references at various times can give you inconsistent results. With VidReferencing, you create the questions you want to ask and send the same set to as many or as few candidates as you like. Adding more structure to your process gives you a better means of evaluating and comparing your prospects.
Get a Better Response Rate
With VidReferencing, referees answer your questions at their convenience, increasing the likelihood they complete it. Once a reference is submitted, you can review it on your own time instead of trying to coordinate schedules with the referee. Your response rate will improve without wasting time scheduling reference checks or performing callbacks.