‘Change is the only constant in life’ – Heraclitus, a Greek philosopher.
We are rapidly moving into an era of using technology in Hiring. More and more companies are adopting pre-employment testing solutions to evaluate candidates efficiently. However, there are still some answer types like descriptive, video responses, creatives like designing, creating power point presentation, and so on that require manual evaluation.
Technology has significantly improved the recruitment process. Recruiters no longer have to rely on resumes to assess whether a candidate is suitable for an interview or not. Conducting pre-employment assessments has ensured that only relevant candidates are shortlisted for interviews.
And 2020 is here. Nowadays human resource teams are putting constant efforts to gain success in a highly competitive and candidate-driven job market. Every recruiter or hiring manager is trying out new ways to streamline their hiring process. Improved quality of hire, reduced hiring time, and cost-per-hire is a need of every organization but they are unable to set a standard process or a correct way to bring it into action. And how does it impact the organization?
The business world is constantly evolving, and only those who manage to keep the pace up with it are able to succeed. One of the most important things to understand about all industries right now is that creating products isn’t the same as it was a decade ago.
Every business has procedures and processes of their own when it comes to hiring and recruiting candidates. They have separate timelines, resources, expectations, needs, and priorities. However, there are some standard tips and guidelines that any company can apply to recruit the best candidates.
A coding assessment is a good way of assessing programmers and developers. While the reports give accurate insights into the coding skills, it does not bring to surface the thought-process of the candidate and how they have executed the program.
There are many ways of connecting with qualified candidates online. Social media has become a place where people like to share ideas and interact with each other. Different social media sites are used for sharing different messages such as LinkedIn, Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter.
Our goal at Interview Mocha is to help customers hire job fit candidates, faster. Over the years, we have realized that the best way to help our customers do that is by providing the right insights into their data. With our latest feature release, Recruitment Dashboard, we aim to summarize the key data points in your account with easy-to-understand data visuals.
Thursday, February 13th 2020 marked a long but eventful day for Team Interview Mocha as our fellow mochaites Vishal Madan & Sagar Darekar showcased our product at Microsoft’s booth at the Nasscom Technology & Leadership Forum 2020 held at the Grand Hyatt, Mumbai.