Video screens candidates

Monster Studios shows the true video experience.

Most recruiters agree that video enriches the recruitment experience but producing it has been cost and time-prohibitive in the past. This is starting to change with more accessible, easy-to-use tools emerging to capture video. The latest is Monster Studios, which has just launched in the UK. Since its release in the US in April, more than 200 videos have been created...

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