Interview Mocha now launches ‘Mark for Review’ feature by popular demand from many of our existing and prospective customers. This allows the test taker to mark any question he would like to revisit. While attempting the test if the candidate is not sure about the answer then he or she can mark the particular question for 'Mark for Review' and can move further. During the session, he can any time revisit the marked question and change or verify the original answer. In the earlier version, this facility was not available and it closely resembled an interview scenario in which a job seeker has to answer a question as and when it was put to him by the interviewer.
Various IT training Institutes work closely with iMocha. Training Institutes conduct short duration courses in various computer technologies courses. These are highly job oriented and help the students to learn a specific skill, say JAVA, C#,.NET, TESTING, DESIGN etc. The students could be graduates or masters in computer application. The prime motto of students joining these training classes is getting a job. Typically, training Institutes use the iMocha assessment tool in 3 ways - 1. Training institutes conduct placement drives for hiring companies Placement drives are conducted by the Institute in their own premises. They use this drive to place their own students as well as candidates who are not their students. Recruiting companies are invited to the premises and the assessment is conducted using the iMocha assessment software.
When hiring the best person available for a position, rather than the best person who applies to a job posting, requires different strengths of recruiters and different types of the recruiting process.
iMocha is an online assessment software with over 100 ready to use tests and a huge question bank comprising over 50,000 questions. iMocha covers technical, communication and aptitude tests. Easy to use software with no training efforts is a plus for iMocha users. Help from the support team for the creation of custom tests as per your need is the major differentiator where iMocha scores quite above IKM. Best suited for Small and Medium Businesses, Business Units of Enterprizes. IKM offers a broad range of assessments for employee testing and pre-employment testing, including pre-hire assessments for employment screening, training assessments for pre-training and post-training testing, and certification programs. IKM's online or proctored (supervised) assessments include knowledge measurement tests, skill tests, attitude tests and aptitude tests.
What is a Staffing Agency? Staffing agencies are used by organizations to recruit candidates for a wide variety of employment needs. Whenever any vacancy arises, companies send job descriptions to the staffing agencies. The staffing agency needs to find a candidate whose skills match those mentioned in the job description. Once this matching is done the staffing agency needs to thoroughly screen the candidate. Once found suitable the candidate is hired by the staffing agency, not the employer. The salary will be issued by the staffing agency, but the length of employment will be determined by the employer. The jobs offered by the staffing agencies are either temporary positions or permanent positions. In case it is a permanent position the staffing agency works like a recruiter and the employees are then hired by the employer directly.
iMocha and ClassMarker provide online assessments, the use cases are different. ClassMarker only provides a testing platform, you have to create questions on your own. The use cases are less and it is used only by a small cluster of recruiters. So, don't go by the big brands you see listed on their website as only 1 or 2 recruiters of a company may be using ClassMarker without any cheating prevention. Unlike ClassMarker, iMocha is an online pre-employment assessment software with over 1000+ ready-to-use skill tests and simulators with the option to use your own questions, or you can ask for a custom test as well.
We must understand the role of a Business Analyst before we get into the screening process. Primarily, a Business Analyst is responsible for the following: Unearthing business needs – Discovering the business need and project requirements, mainly through conversations with stakeholders. Studying Requirements – The business analyst needs to understand the business needs of the stakeholder and analyze them thoroughly. Documenting Requirements – Documenting the requirements accurately and in such a format that can be shared with all stakeholders. Getting the Requirements approved – After documentation the requirements must be approved and understood in the same sense by all the stakeholders.