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HIRING TRANSPARENCY

Clear decision-making

See clear evidence for hiring the right candidates. Quickly share detailed results of interviews across hiring teams for secure and faster collaboration. 

Candidate Results

Team Collaboration

Stay up-to-date and learn the results of candidate interviews on-demand.

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Ranking Results

Manage Candidates

Follow candidates through the evaluation process at-a-glance.

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Permissions

Keep Data Safe

Collaborate between teammates without oversharing sensitive candidate data.

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FAQ's

How can interviewIA help with record keeping?

All interviews conducted with interviewIA are saved in your account. Anyone with the right permissions can access the details of past interviews. 

Managers can review their interview process history to determine which evaluation methods provide the best outcomes with the least cost and effort. 

Share candidate results with upper management when petitioning for title change or salary increase for employees or new hires. 

Why is it easier to make decisions using an interview platform?

Admins can access the details of each interview as a ranked list of candidates, a single candidate view of all interview rounds, or a drill-down view to the detailed results of a single question. 

You don't have to rely on your interviewers' memories or notes. All of the parts of the interview are saved for review on-demand. 

Instead of using debrief meetings to inform each other about what happened in interviews, hiring teams can spend their debrief meetings discussing the hiring strategy and how each candidate fits into the future vision for the team. 

How does interviewIA help with EEOC compliance?

interviewIA's method of using Indicators (instead of freehand notes) to record important elements of an interview prevents interviewers from taking a notation that could be considered discriminatory.

To remain compliant with EEOC regulations, employers must maintain employee records. Notes taken during an interview are part of the employee record and may be reviewed as part of a future legal inquiry. 

"EEOC Regulations require that employers keep all personnel or employment records for one year. If an employee is involuntarily terminated, his/her personnel records must be retained for one year from the date of termination."

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