There we have quite interesting questions asked at the PRWEB: : What happens when a soft economy becomes brittle and the IT decision makers are being forced to trim staff and augment technical projects with low-paying resources? What are IT managers and recruiters to do when IT budgets are cut and enterprise projects are forced to be supported with in-house staff and global outsourcing? According to the PRWEB, Tech DoubleCheck has packaged the comprehensive solution to justify placing those valuable candidates in a tightly squeezed IT budget.
What does Tech DoubleCheck offer? That is extensive technical interviewing in each area. DoubleCheck provides full identity checking, in order to ensure candidates are not misrepresenting themselves between these two processes: Interview and the placement. Tech DoubleCheck works in cooperation with the certified psychotherapists. They aim to check the behavioral and work protocol of each candidate. According to the results specialists get an extensive in-depth review of each candidate that outlines a cost-benefit analysis of hiring the candidate for a particular job requirement.
Before America admitted a looming economic crisis, the Big 5 consulting firms who were placing junior-level employees and outsourced developers from other countries with their most valued clients had good effect as it cut costs and made more profitable. Besides the good effects, a month or two into the project, it was vivid that only two to three qualified resources holded up the rest of the billable team.
Says Tony Carter, Vice President, MeshByte, "The number of developers is astounding. The ones that learned online or from a book are more plentiful than the seasoned ones. Tech DoubleCheck guaranteed me success by pointing out the ones with the required business savvy and work ethic to make my projects successful".
Tech DoubleCheck is great not only for the recruiter but it is great for the candidate because he knows his areas of weakness.