Lots and lots of companies use Pre-Employment skill testing to ease their pre-hire screening process and to take the guesswork out of hiring. Companies are able to save a lot of time, cost, and efforts in employment screening. But in the age where technology is evolving at a fast pace, there is no reason why skill testing should stay behind. This is exactly the reason why imocha introduces “Pre-Employment Skill Testing 2.0”
According to WhiteHat Security Website Stats Report 2014, .NET is the most widely used languages with 28.1 percent of the Web applications using .NET technology. .NET is scalable and has grown over time in terms of ready libraries and easy to use tools. So has grown the need to hire qualified .NET developers. While there is no shortage of .NET developers around, but to find the right developer for your company still remains a challenge. You need to validate whether the candidate actually has worked on .NET technology and has a strong understanding of .NET framework. While using a reliable online skills assessment software for .NET skills, can screen candidates for you, and save you a lot of time (that you would otherwise spend on telephonic interviews of so many non-competent candidates).
Whether you're an interviewer or an interviewee, what's required is preparation. Here is a comprehensive list of important questions on Core Java concepts, OOPs, Collections, JVM, JDBC, Design Patterns, J2EE, Spring, and Hibernate.
Are you just about to Hire your iOS Objective C Developer? Objective-C is extremely powerful but also one of the harder programming languages to learn, which is why evaluating candidates for their Objective-C Development skills is a crucial step before hiring. To help you find your next iOS coding genius, I have compiled a list of Topics interview questions that can be asked while interviewing an iOS Objective-C developer.
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A personal interview remains the most important part of hiring. Large organizations usually own a team of experts that work hard and put a lot of research to set the interview process. The well-structured interview processes help them evaluate various metrics and hire the desired candidate, but smaller companies usually lack this amount of time, resources, and research. For SMEs hiring is mostly a seasonal activity and the onus of hiring the right person lies on the hiring manager and his hiring team. (I have observed this type of situation at departmental level of even large organizations) Beware! An unstructured interview can lead to subjective evaluation based on biases and first impressions. Hence, it is very crucial shaping the interview in a way that helps you find the right fit for the job and your team. Here in this blog, I present 9 interviewing tips to master the art of interviewing that will help you in overcoming your hiring challenges.
On one hand, it is crucial for employers to find the right employee from a glut of resumes, whereas, on the other hand, equally crucial is the need to utilize equitable and legally compliant employee selection and promotion practices.