AI-proctoring by Glider ensures you make the right hire for every role, guaranteeing skill, fit, and integrity.
How AI PROCTORING Works
Glider AI provides you with confidence that the person you interview is the same person throughout the entire screen to hire process. No bait and switch.
Before skill-testing starts, Glider asks candidates for permission to track behaviour from keystrokes, audio, and webcam
Your face is your new fingerprint; Glider's face detection remembers who takes the test, preventing bait and switch.
Glider actively monitors problematic behaviors and patterns from eye movements to plagiarism and anything suspicious.
Hiring teams are provided with a detailed report for each tested candidate, giving you a record to compare competency and integrity. Net, hire the best with Glider.
Sometimes it's innocent, and sometimes it's not. For reassurance, Glider reports possible cheating occurrences, so you have the facts to decide whether to move forward or not.
Now, you have access to a global workforce, making it impossible to meet everyone in person. Our AI monitors everything questionable that happens in the room.
Make talent quality your leading analytic with skills-based hiring solution.
When a skill test/assessment or interview is “proctored,” it means that it is supervised by a neutral party who confirms the identity and surroundings of the environment in which the candidate is taking the test. Glider AI provides AI-enabled proctoring.
AI proctoring is a form of automated proctoring primarily designed for remote interviews and skill tests. Artificial intelligence monitors and flags suspicious behavior that the hiring party should review.
Whether a candidate takes a remote interview or remote skills test, Glider AI will communicate what activities and behaviors are permitted and what are not.
Before taking the assessment or proceeding with the interview, the candidate must agree to the terms. At the end of the proctored session, Glider AI provides a report detailing suspicious activities for the hiring party to review.
The hiring team will decide what activities are permissible and what are not. Glider AI will provide examples to ensure the candidate understands.
Common examples of non-permissible activities: failing to maintain eye contact, people walking in and out of the test/interview room, leaving the room during the test, visiting other websites during the test, etc.