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Monster unveils new recruitment software solution, Walk-In Scheduler

28-October-2006
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Monster unveils new recruitment software solution, Walk-In Scheduler

E-recruitment services company Monster has come out with a recruitment solution that simplifies the process of ‘walk-in’ recruitments. Called the ‘Walk-In Scheduler’, the software package provides candidate data to employers through an exclusive login-protected URL. The data can also be accessed offline. The product aims to reduce the clutter and volumes of individual data that often overwhelm walk-in interviews.

Monster India Vice-president, Sales, Sanjay Modi, said, “Many organisations deploy ‘walk-in’ interviews as a recruitment method and this hiring in ‘bulk’ tool is gaining importance. Not only is this cost effective for an employer, it is a value for time proposition too. We hope the product to find application across all industries and corporate houses that are planning to hire in large numbers. A comprehensive solution like the ‘Walk-In Scheduler’ will certainly help attract the best talent across the country.”

The Walk-In Scheduler enables pre-interview screening, automation of repeat processes and streamlines the procedures at the walk-in venue by segregating the pool of applicant data by venue, positions and any other categorised parameter specified by the employer or the job seeker. It allows the applicant to select the venue and register a time slot and allows employers to schedule the number of interviews and filter out unsuitable candidates on specific criteria.

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