Hireology Updates Hiring Solution with Enhanced Phone Screen Guides
Hireology, a leading provider of employee hiring and selection management technology, has announced the launch of its newly updated phone screen solution, designed to aid employers in making data-based decisions about which candidates to interview in person.
The enhanced phone screen guides provide a script and guided questions to ensure hiring managers ask the right questions to make smarter hiring decisions. At the same time, with automated scoring and immediate results, organizations can leverage predictive analytics to ensure they advance only the candidates who show the potential to be successful.
The updated phone screen guide includes a user-friendly interface and results display, ensuring hiring managers have the information they need to make well-informed hiring decisions. Other key features of Hireology’s phone screen guide include:
- Easy customization, providing users the ability to change the script, drag and drop questions, move sections around, and delete questions.
- Greater insight into candidates, such as which parts of a job are most important, including a visual representation of what competencies candidates were found to be strong, average, or weak.
- An interview snapshot which automatically takes a snapshot of the phone screen guide at the commencement of an interview. Any changes made to the template will apply to all future users of the template, but existing notes will stay intact.
“A phone interview is the first opportunity employers have to look beyond the candidate’s resume and learn about their unique skills and competencies; but to be most effective, consistency is key,” said Adam Robinson, co-founder and CEO of Hireology. “We developed our innovative phone screen guide to ensure hiring managers aren’t improvising their way through this crucial process, but instead leveraging insightful questions that provide a high level of insight. The result is a streamlined, data-based process to help companies find their next great hires.”