Interview Exchange Users Save Enormous Time and Effort Recruiting Qualified Candidates.Business Editors
SHREWSBURY, Mass.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--July 30, 2003
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Staffing professionals seeking more efficient online methods for recruiting qualified job applicants will welcome today's news from the Interview Exchange (www.interviewexchange.com), an emerging leader in recruiting productivity solutions. According to according to
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3. a survey of companies that employ Interview Exchange applicant screening tools, recruiters report extraordinary improvements in the speed and effectiveness of identifying qualified applicants through popular Internet job boards. The staffing professionals report they experience:
-- Up to 34 hours, or nearly a week, of staff time saved per job,
a 90% improvement compared with traditional hiring methods.
-- Screening effects of up to 96%, i.e., the ability to identify
the relatively few applicants who possess the basic skills and
experience required for a given job.
"Employers and qualified applicants continue to rely heavily on job boards to find each other," said Naray Viswanathan, Ph.D., Founder and President of the Interview Exchange. "Job boards generate huge volumes of resumes, but generally they provide inadequate tools for identifying best-fit candidates, thereby slowing the process and driving up the cost of recruiting top talent. Interview Exchange clients confirm that our innovative, reasonably priced screening tools are bringing them remarkable productivity gains every day."
According to Paul Turrell, President and CEO (1) (Chief Executive Officer) The highest individual in command of an organization. Typically the president of the company, the CEO reports to the Chairman of the Board. of Cornerstone Knowledge Group, a leading telemarketing telemarketing, the practice of selling goods or services to customers by means of the telephone or of surveying consumer preferences in telephone conversations. firm based in Columbus, Ohio Columbus is the capital and the largest city of the American state of Ohio. Named for explorer Christopher Columbus, the city was founded in 1812 at the confluence of the Scioto and Olentangy rivers, and assumed the functions of state capital in 1816. , "Recently, due to an expanded relationship with a global Internet business partner, we experienced an urgent hiring crunch. Thanks to the Interview Exchange, in just a matter of weeks we hired 10 account executives ideally suited to hit the ground running. We attracted qualified candidates through our favorite job boards and newspaper ads, but we avoided the normal crush of unqualified applicants. We couldn't be more pleased with the Interview Exchange approach to online recruiting."
For staffing professionals and job applicants dissatisfied with traditional online recruiting, Interview Exchange screening tools automatically identify top applicants and screen out unqualified and frivolous Of minimal importance; legally worthless.
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One who seeks employment. before they can flood employers with resumes and cover letters. Employers can use Interview Exchange solutions to quickly find qualified, motivated job applicants sourced from any media, including thousands of Internet job boards, company websites and print advertising.
Interview Exchange is a service mark of AdamsHand, Inc. The Interview Exchange contains USPTO USPTO
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