Job Interview Tips
How to avoid the long, hot interview line with an online test
October 3, 2014
The normal job application process usually looks like this: Go to job board and try to search for jobs. But you don’t know what to search for, so you click around until you see something that looks like you could qualify for. Then you apply by sending your resume. You wait and wait. Sometimes you get a call, often times you don’t. Let’s say you get lucky and get called for an interview. You go to the interview and you’re probably a little intimidated. You fill out forms, spend the entire day at the office doing interviews and taking tests. Then its all over and you go home, exhausted and unsure if you got the job. A few days later, if you’re lucky, they let you know the result. Most times, you never hear back and you don’t know why you didn’t get the job. This process frankly sucks, especially for you as a jobseeker. You spent 100-200 PHP to go to the interview and an entire day’s worth of time only to never hear back from the company. We want to make the process of getting a job much easier for you by allowing you to QUALIFY for job interviews from home. How? You submit your personal information and take 30-60 minutes of skill tests so that we can match you with many jobs. I know you may not like taking tests, but you’re going to have to do it anyway, so you might as well practice with Kalibrr. And second, by taking tests, we allow you to showcase your skills to employers, something you can’t do with a resume. You do this ONCE with Kalibrr, and your skills profile will be visible to hundreds of companies. Instead of you looking for the jobs, the companies will be the ones looking for you, on Kalibrr because your skills and profile are already online. Then when you get invited to an interview, you’ve already been pre-selected, meaning you have a much higher chance of getting that job and will spend LESS TIME in the recruitment process. Kalibrr makes it easy to match with jobs by taking our tests online. Take 30 minutes of your time now and spend hours later. Now, let’s get started!