Attract and excite the right candidates by simulating real-life situations and problems employees would solve using Zeit’s digital challenge library.Try a Challenge
Enable hiring managers and talent teams to better collaborate and identify the role's core competencies and focus on skill-fit versus resume bias.
Focus on skills that are specific to your company’s day-to-day scenarios and problems to identify the right candidates for the role..
Reduce time to hire from 8 weeks to 1 week
Zeit challenges enabled the team to instantly screen and schedule interviews with multiple candidates within 24 hours of the job posting. Enabling the team to skip high to interviewing and hire all within one week.
Eliminate your pre-screening calls. Saving most companies 67 hours.
Challenges reduce the time to sift through non-standardized resumes, profiles, and cover letters. No need to pick up that call, jump right to interviews
4x caliber talent you interview
Challenges have a 19.6% application rate vs. the industry average of 10% The majority of applicants prove they have 70%+ of the skills to do the role, regardless of prior role/title
These challenges were an incredible way to attract and qualify leads for our CSM roles. It helps people understand what we do and saved us time in finding the right-fit.
Purva D., Head of Talent
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Browse and select from over 20+ skills challenges created by industry experts
Edit and build custom challenges with Zeit’s easy-intake form
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Real humans to guide and support you
We could not have made this hiring decision without the Zeit platform! It streamlined the process to just send a link and review all the results in one place, without bias.
Head of Partnerships & Sales Director
I absolutely loved this challenge. It is great to see a company willing to put time and effort upfront in order to help determine whether or not a position is a good fit for both parties. It was even fun to work through the problems.
Now I undestand what you want for a candidate. Providing a snippet of actual responsibilities gives a level of transparency that is typically unknown until after hire.