Fremont, CA – HireBasis, a remote job site, has recently gone live after several months of development, and currently boasts over two thousand users from around the world, and hundreds of new jobseekers joining the site every week. The site also curates hundreds of remote jobs every month while also allowing employers to post jobs for free.
While the site features job search and candidate search features commonly seen on many job boards, the innovation is in the way job candidates may complete skills tests which take a total of 10-15 minutes for the typical jobseeker to in turn get a “HireBasis” percentile score from 1 to 99. The score factors the following attributes:
– English Proficiency from B1/B2 English Fluency to C1/C2 Business English Fluency;
– Critical Reasoning skills; and
– Typing Speed
The scores are categorized into color-coded levels represented on the site’s interactive candidate search chart. This chart (referred to as “the grid”) plots the job candidate’s desired salary range on the horizontal x-axis and their performance test score on the vertical y-axis. The chart results show all job candidates on the site by default, but may be modified by adjusting the search parameters. This is a unique user experience not seen on any job board to date.
The site is free for both employers to use and job seekers. The site refers employers to leading Employer of Record (EOR) companies, OysterHRand Remote.com linked on the jobseekers’ profile page. It seeks to promote the growing trends of skills-based hiring (SBH) and international hiring through EOR providers to help jobseekers around the world become better situated in their careers while helping employers leverage lower prevailing wages in developing nations. Ultimately the objective is to create a win-win situation for both the employer and jobseeker.