This post was originally produced for Forbes.
Salt Lake-based HireVue is an Inc. 500 company that provides digital interview services at enterprise scale to nearly 20 percent of the Fortune 500. The company is launching a new service package called WorldVue that will be absolutely free of charge for qualified nonprofits, allowing them to use the platform for hiring and other strategic interactions across time zones and around the globe.
On Friday, January 24, 2014 at 7:00 PM, HireVue CEO Mark Newman will join me for a live discussion about the new offering.
Tune in and listen while you work.
At the scheduled time, the video will be embedded here for live viewing. A replay will be permanently available.
“Technology should help facilitate social good. Non-profits have suffered just as much as enterprise companies when it comes to archaic ways of identifying, interviewing and interacting with the best talent,” Newman said. “WorldVue can help build the world’s best non-profits by allowing volunteers to better identify how they can contribute, and by creating a better volunteer experience along the way.”
According to the company, WorldVue is already being implemented by VSO, a leading international development NGO that fights poverty through volunteers, which recruited nearly 700 volunteers last year for placements in more than 30 countries worldwide.
“Volunteers are at the heart of our organisation. We bring volunteers together with local partners to develop health and education services, opportunities to earn a living and to give poor people a voice. They share skills and experience to create lasting positive change worldwide,” said Ian Moffett, Selection and Induction Manager, VSO. “It’s important that volunteers have an excellent VSO experience from the moment they apply and that their skills are matched according to need with our local partners globally. WorldVue helps us achieve both missions.”