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What is Brilliant Hire?
Brilliant Hire leverages a bias-free skill-based pre-screening of applicants by a network of experts to simplify recruiting. Using Brilliant Hire, recruiters are spending 40% less time screening candidates while reducing bias associated with screening. The quality of candidates are increased by leveraging case-study style questions which put the candidate in the scenarios they will experience on the job. Brilliant Hire is part of SAP and an incubation from SAP.iO.
What countries can Brilliant Hire be used in?
Brilliant Hire can only be used in the United States and India. With future releases, we will be launching in more countries.
Who are the experts?
The experts who evaluate candidate assessments are domain / subject matter experts in the field you are hiring for. Over the past two years, we have built up this network for roles from technology, finance, operations, sales, and more!
Where do the questions in the evaluations come from?
Brilliant Hire use it's dedicated team members and subject matter experts in building great assessments for roles. To date, we have a question bank containing over hundreds of questions for different roles and it is updated every month.
What data does Brilliant Hire collect about me?
Based on your role in Brilliant Hire, we collect numerous pieces of data to help us provide you the best service. You can find the types of data we collect here: Data Collection.
Can I try it out?
Yes! We are offering a a $1 trial for a limited number of customers. See our pricing page
Who else is using Brilliant Hire?
Brilliant Hire is being used to screen candidates across SAP, SuccessFactors, Mercedes Benz R&D group, the Second Harvest Food Bank, InstaFinancials and various other small-to-medium size businesses.
Does Brilliant Hire work with Workday, Greenhouse, Lever or other ATS systems?
Yes! Brilliant Hire's API endpoint is written in a way which can be integrated into any ATS system.
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