The Glider AI Talent Quality Platform offers the most comprehensive suite of hiring and recruiting software, here are some commonly asked questions about the Glider AI interview software product.
What is a live-coding interview
Live-coding interviews are offered in real-time and available in a one-on-one format or as a panel. You meet in an IDE (integrated development environment) and work on live coding tasks. In Glider, live-coding interviews can simulate real-world coding environments.
What is a one-way video interview?
Glider AI one-way video interviews are asynchronous (pre-recorded) interviews, you record interview questions and share them with candidates, and they reply with a pre-recorded response. One-way video interviews give you and candidates maximum flexibility; you can interview anywhere in any time zone.
What is a two-way video interview?
A two-way video interview or virtual interview allows you to meet candidates one-on-one or as a panel. Glider two-way video interviews are collaborative and allow you to whiteboard problems together and role-play work situations or scenarios.
What is AI Proctoring for video interviews?
With Glider AI, we offer AI-enabled proctoring that can help detect suspicious activities like outside help, virtual desktop support, and plagiarism. Glider AI can also help verify whether the candidate is the same candidate throughout the entire screen to interview to hire process.
How is Glider AI interview software sold?
Glider AI interview software is available as a standalone offering or as part of the entire talent quality platform suite to support all your recruiting needs. Our interview software is available on a license basis or through an enterprise hiring program. Please contact sales to understand pricing better.
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