Are video calls following a phone interview discrimination?
Recently, I've had this experience twice: recruiter calls with a positon that is a perfect fit for my background. We set up a call and I absolutely kill it, almost a perfect phone interview. The next request is to do a video call interview with the recruiter again before talking with the company. Note that the phone interviews were very long, and nothing was left unasked. I just don't see the benefits of a second video call unless you are using some loosely discriminatory characteristics for your decision i.e person is too tall, too short, young, old, slouches, doesn't have "management presence" or even other outright discrimination like race.
I don't know guys what do you think?
That's odd for sure. What exactly happens during those calls? Given how the initial one was long already, how does the recruiter justify & handle the videocalls?
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