Well, yes, but not for a job. Maybe it would be OK for just a preliminary job interview. An equal and important part of the process is that the candidate evaluates the employer, the workplace, and the community. There is no way that you can do that over a video link.
Unless, I suppose, the whole job is to be conducted that way.
Only remotely related anecdote:
An Evil Corpseoration that I once wurked for, once tried to recruit a Senior Scientist who was a friend of mine. Because the pointy-haired bosses knew that I knew him, I got invited along on some of the recruiting events. There was no way he was ever going to consider that job, but he went along, just to see what they'd offer. One night, they rented out a whole winery on a desert mountain. Brought in a chef to prepare four-course dinner. We ate at a table in front of the huge fake-castle doors, facing the sunset, with the warm summer breeze just wafting in. He looked and me and lifted his goblet of $75 wine. We just grinned and toasted. The PHB's had no clue.