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  Reply # 2092404 18-Sep-2018 10:57
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I did a video interview similar for Spark NZ a few months ago. Didn't make the cut, but it seems to be the norm these days.





 


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  Reply # 2092415 18-Sep-2018 11:16
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Peppery:

 

I did a video interview similar for Spark NZ a few months ago. Didn't make the cut, but it seems to be the norm these days.

 

 

Did they tell you it was because your nose had a slight tilt to the right of centre - or did you just assume it was 'cause you wore a k-mart vee-neck teeshirt that wasn't whiter than white?

 


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  Reply # 2094235 21-Sep-2018 08:00
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kingdragonfly: Weird experience - video interview in USA

"Does the candidate look white?"

"is English their first language?"

"What's their approximate age?"

 

No different to NZ.

 

They have videos here too, some live, some not.

 

And agencies, they filter by foreigners, age and so on too.

 

 


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