Suppose you are interested in hiring a good Software Developer with expertise in Android App Development. You post Job Descriptions on various online job portals and also partner with Candidate Sourcing Vendors. As a result, you end up with a pool of candidates interested in your job opening
What you have: 250 CVs from interested candidates.
What you don’t have: The time or the resources to conduct 250 interviews.
CV based filtering is extremely ad-hoc and often results in errors.
Pouring over CVs from hundreds of candidates is also a painful, time-consuming activity
Our Recruitment Testing Philosophy is simple: “Align the recruitment tests for a role with the actual duties that a candidate must fulfill on a daily basis, if hired for that role.”
We believe that this alignment will help Recruiters maximize their Interview Hit Rate and reduce Cost per Hire
Ask all interested candidates to take the Android App Developer Screening Test hosted by CodeGround Recruitment Testing Platform. [Link to Sample test for Android]
The candidate can be presented with a Simple Calculator Android App that has a few bugs in it.
The + and the – operations seem to be reversed
You can source candidates from all over India without wasting money on air travel.
You can also avoid wasting the time of your engineering colleagues in interviewing irrelevant candidates.
The platform provides capabilities to conduct all online assessments in a fair manner.
The candidate is monitored via webcam to ensure that there is no impersonation and that the candidate does not communicate with others in person or using mobile during the test.
The test window is proctored. If the candidate navigates away from the test window (for instance, to use google search), multiple warnings are given. If the warnings are ignored, the test is ended immediately and a red flag is raised in the report.
When code submissions by any two candidates are too similar (>85% similarity), a red flag is raised indicating possible code plagiarism.
Each candidate taking the test can be given a smaller set of questions that are randomly selected from a large pool of questions.