How to Beat Computerized Pre-Employment Screening

Published on by Lena Moss

Computerized pre-employment screening is a software that will tell the truth and may disqualify applicants, especially if applicants lie it will catch up to them in the interview process. There is a little creativity and a lot of perseverance that would get applicants past the computer and into the interview process.

When Pre-Employment Screening Software Replaces Employers

monitor-employee-computer-behaviorUnderstanding why companies use pre-employment screening software to weed out bad and unqualified applicants. There are about 13 million people in the united states that are looking for work and some of them are applying for jobs that does not meet their skill sets or experience. The HR department of every company cannot sort all the applications of every person who applied.

But pre-employment screening software does not do the job as well as a human. It can’t apply any judgment or pass along applications from applicants who meet some of the requirements stated. Or the problem is narrowing the labor pool by employers who create pre-employment screening requirements that are too high for the job they are hiring for.

Connecting Is the Solution

If you really want a job, getting screened out by pre-employment screening software should not stop you from going after the job. But lying is neither the solution, nor spending a lot of time trying to cheat the pre-employment screening software.

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