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Take the Interview Alleviates Interviewing Pain Points With Interview Management Platform

Company Launches Trailblazing Solution Designed to Enhance All Aspects of the Interview Process, Helping Companies Hire Better Candidates Faster

NEW YORK, NY -- (Marketwired) -- 06/30/14 -- Take the Interview, providers of the comprehensive cloud and mobile technology platform that solves the challenges of the interviewing process, today shared details of its Interview Management Platform, an innovative, medium-agnostic solution to streamline the interview process. Smart technology results in better communication, better interviews and, ultimately, better hires. Designed with this philosophy in mind, the platform solves interviewing challenges and improves communication and collaboration between job candidates, recruiters and hiring managers.

As the U.S. Department of Labor estimates the costs of a poor hire to be 30 percent of the individual's first-year earnings, companies simply cannot afford to hire the wrong people. Take the Interview's cutting-edge Interview Management Platform was designed to eliminate common challenges in the interview process to help employers identify right-fit talent faster. This medium-agnostic solution standardizes the interview, captures and streamlines the conversations companies have with candidates and documents the information learned throughout the process. As result, recruiters and hiring managers can collaborate to make well-informed decisions and hire the right candidates the first time.

Take the Interview's Interview Management Platform features:

  • Guided interview questions: Interviewers no longer have to worry about forgetting to ask key questions with position- and candidate-specific guided interview questions. At the same time, the company can better meet compliance with OFCCP regulations as all candidates are asked the same questions.
  • Recordable interviews: By recording dynamic video interviews with candidates, the employer can easily review the conversation, rewind to specific parts and share with colleagues, enabling all stakeholders to share input without having to schedule time to meet with candidates.
  • Capture key thoughts in real time: Take the Interview makes it easy for hiring managers to create notes and rate each candidate directly within the platform in real time. Comments are annotated during the interview and reviewers can go back to specific moments captured during that interview.
  • Enhanced sharing capability: The Interview Management Platform enables recruiters, hiring managers and other stakeholders to collaboratively review and share feedback on candidates and, through group sharing, effectively pipeline candidates and share talent across the organization.
  • Improved candidate experience: In addition to streamlining the interview process for the employer, candidates also benefit from real-time feedback about their candidacy and can leverage their mobile devices to interview and receive information from employers.

"Candidate experience is paramount when considering how to conduct your interview process. The Interview Management Platform involves all key stakeholders, and gives them the opportunity to participate in the hiring process and deliver feedback to candidates in a timely way," said Danielle Weinblatt, co-founder and CEO of Take the Interview. "Our product was designed to help companies overcome the challenges often associated with hiring great talent, enabling hiring teams to evaluate feedback throughout the interview process and understand why a candidate was ultimately hired. This is important because it ensures the right individuals are brought onboard."

Additional information about the Interview Management Platform is available at: http://relentless.taketheinterview.com/enterprise/

About Take the Interview
Take the Interview is the only comprehensive cloud and mobile technology platform specifically designed to solve the challenges of the interviewing process. Regardless of the interviewing medium -- whether live, in-person; a telephone screen; or through video -- Take the Interview automates, streamlines and helps standardize the process and related communications while providing analytics for advanced decision making. More information can be accessed at www.taketheinterview.com.

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