6 Start-ups which are revolutionising Indian Hiring
Technology always helps mankind to leap forward in the way it does things. These may be large scale changes like the advent of motorized transport or minute ones like the invention of the semiconductor circuit. Every field and area of modern human endeavours is dominated by technology. Very recently, the process of hiring has also been touched by a revolutionary new idea, the Hackathon.
Hackathons are sessions with specifically designed job-related challenges to test candidates and fill in crucial tech positions in an organization. This trend is on the rise in tech dominated Indian cities like Bangalore where the importance of resumes and CVs is being diminished day by day.
Ola cabs and real estate portal Stayzilla had their product management teams put in place by Venturesity, a start-up that creates challenges specific to a job description provided by the company. It plans to introduce an auction cum Hackathon model, where multiple organizations can offer jobs to candidates with good profiles. This is a welcome change as far as Indian hiring tendencies are considered which have been dominated by branded resumes for years rather than basing themselves on core skills.
Here are 6 start-ups that are revolutionizing Indian hiring
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As discussed earlier this venture is revolutionising hiring by creating challenges specific to a job requirement provided by the company. It charges recruiters based on the number of successful hires as well as a subscription fee from job seekers.
This start-up aims to revolutionise Indian standards of hiring by levelling the field for all prospective candidates. It helps engineering graduates upgrade their IT skills for the job market which helps companies with lean-bench model fill the positions immediately.
It helps start-ups to hire offline. It screens candidates who are willing to work for a start-up. Resourceful candidates are ranked through their participation in a Hackathon. This start-up has some revolutionary ideas about hiring. It plans to connect about 40 new start-ups with 300 plus students at a campus hiring event in Hyderabad, sometime around May.
This start-up has risen exponentially and currently helps close to 150 companies solve hiring challenges for technical job profiles, charging them based on the number of candidates hired. It is looking to acquire users across multiple geographical locations to present their work on the platform.
This is online hiring database that brings up the selection of candidates shortlisted to 1 in 3. This start-up has already become a success and is planning to realize INR 40 Crores in revenues this year.
As we can see, these companies with their innovative ideas are beginning to introduce a paradigm change in the scene of Indian hiring. As time progresses I would certainly suggest these revolutionaries to form a balanced focus over all sorts of core skills, technical and non-technical. This is to create a more balanced job market for all sorts of professionals as it is evident that at the present moment these are dominated by the technology and IT sector.
But one thing is for sure, the playing field is getting leveller and based purely on your skills!
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