For companies desiring to hire top programmers in a way they can trust and at no cost, 10 new exams have been made available to pre-qualify candidates accurately and quickly. All 10 Skills tests are now available in the M-Recruit™ Lab.
NY, NY (PRWEB) September 01, 2014
M-Recruit™ is a ranking tool designed by Sands Technologies that uses a powerful algorithm for immediate results. Recruiters can post a skills test from an easy generated tag and get precision feedback on new candidates fast. Currently, companies can use M-Recruit for no cost in BETA.
The new tests cover Programming Levels I,II,III, SEO, SQL, Information Security and more and range from 15 to 60 minutes in length. Users can edit or add questions of their own to customize or add topics. These tests are ideal for small businesses who can use the tests to hire with confidence, even if they don’t know much about IT, without having to go through a lengthy and expensive traditional testing process. The tests, which are selected by managers, generate links that are simple to use and can quickly be placed in emails, job boards, websites, Twitter posts, etc. They provide hiring managers with greater flexibility for job skills testing on all social media platforms. Once a test is posted, managers do not have to keep track of it. The M-Recruit™ software grades and ranks everything automatically to save recruiters time in the pre-screening process freeing them up to do more post-screening activities from a pre-qualified group.
All 10 tests are now live in the M-Recruit™ Lab. Job seekers can take the skills tests to rank themselves by joining the M-Recruit™ Lab. Sands Technologies is developing the Lab so that candidates can finally try out different jobs and get mentoring help to plan their career paths proactively. Companies may post their own exams for programmers in the Lab in order to create their own pre-qualified candidate pool. Sands Technologies CMO, Diane Eschenbach, said “Sands Technologies listened to what recruiters are saying is their greatest pain point–the need to find qualified, IT personnel quickly and accurately from a new source. The old ways of recruiting just aren’t helping hiring managers enough as they find themselves swamped with little time to sift through the avalanche of keyword-stuffed resumes, not really knowing whether the candidate has the skills, while competitors grab the best candidates before they’ve even had a chance to screen them–many candidates accepting offers mid-stream causing a loss of the recruiter’s valuable efforts. M-Recruit™ was designed to shave hours off the pre-screening process and to put the control of pre-qualification at the fingertips of hiring managers.”
In an article by Entrepreneur.com entitled “Hiring Your First Employee”, it says that “one estimate tallies the average cost of recruiting, hiring and training a new employee at close to $4,000”. Costs of hiring the wrong candidate, when hiring costs, disruption costs and mistakes are taken into account can run into the hundreds of thousands of dollars. With resumes failing recruiters, M-Recruit™ offers companies many cost saving advantages by providing accurate assessment of a candidate’s skill set prior to the job interview process. The recruiter or manager receives a daily report of all test results (in real time) in their inbox.
To receive the links for the tests as a recruiter, sign up for M-Recruit™ at http://www.sands-tech.com BETA. To join as a candidate, simply go to the M-Recruit™ Lab Login at http://www.sands-tech.com website.
Media or Investors please contact Diane Eschenbach at (505) 715-6257 or email us at sales(at)sands-tech(dot)com
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