Everything is changing, and this is mainly because of the internet. It’s becoming easier for people to build businesses, do research and of course, hire people. There are companies that still opt for the traditional route, though. But what they don’t realize is that they are missing out on the chance to do so much more! Read on to know more about proven benefits of adopting video into your company.
Video conference is more effective mode of communication.
It’s hard to get people in the same room at the same time during important meetings. And video actually solves that. In fact, this Must-Know Video Conferencing Statistics shows that there’s higher and higher interest to do conferences remotely due to the fact that it’s cost-effective, improves communication and definitely saves time. Businesses that use video conferencing actually saw a 30% reduction in travel costs and skipping the cost of travel means being able to save a lot that can be invested on other aspects of the company.
Video interviews allow companies to hire effectively.
Most companies have inhibitions when it comes to adopting new technology because it’s a big unknown for them. And while it may take some time and effort to switch from the traditional way of interviewing to a modern one, the pros can definitely outweigh the cons. In fact, MRI Network did a 2017 Recruiter Sentiment Study and found out that 63% of recruiters say that there aren’t enough suitable candidates for them to screen. And video eliminates this by allowing recruiters to search all over the world for more suitable candidates that would fit their hiring needs.
Video for training employees makes more sense.
The truth is, training employees takes time and time is money. And if a company is able to make the training a bit less time consuming, then it basically means that the transition of a new employee to the position they are assigned for can become a bit more hassle-free. And how can this be done? The obvious answer would be by creating training videos. It allows the training process to be done in a manner that needs little supervision and the best part is the trainee can go back to it whenever they need to. If you’re still in doubt, then you should see Cisco’s Survey that shows that the majority of executives see a big future for video in the workplace.
Video adoption can be applied in so many aspects of the workplace. If your company isn’t adopting the video technology to any of its work processes, then your company is definitely moving backwards. Keep in mind that about 9 out of 10 (87 percent) of companies are making video investments right now. Companies who make a commitment to video technology are seen as a company who cares about using technology to fuel business growth. So it’s high time that companies find a way to adopt video into their work process before they fall behind from their competition.