Hiring at Godspeed: NxtWave's Turbocharged Approach For Fresher Hiring
31 Aug 2023
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Godspeed, a budding company, faced unique challenges in hiring freshers. With a proprietary framework and specific requirements, they needed candidates who could adapt and deliver. NxtWave emerged as the bridge between Godspeed's needs and the right talent.
Challenges for Godspeed
Unique Tech Framework: Godspeed's proprietary software required candidates to install and navigate it, leading to a high dropout ratio.
Mismatched Profiles: Despite posting on platforms like Angellist, the profiles they received often couldn't complete the given assignmentst.
First-Time Fresher Hiring:Being a budding company, Godspeed was navigating the complexities of hiring freshers for the first time
The NxtWave Hire Advantage
Direct Founder Engagement: A warm call to the founder, an IIT Delhi alumnus, set the stage for collaboration. The mutual interest in tech and curriculum enhancement paved the way for a deeper partnership..
Guided Assignment Approach:Recognizing the challenges of Godspeed's assignment, NxtWave arranged guidance sessions for candidates, ensuring they could tackle the task effectively.
End-to-End Support: From profile sharing to offer acceptance, NxtWave ensured a seamless process, impressing Godspeed with the quality of candidates and the absence of post-selection dropouts.
Quick Turnaround: What could have been a two-month process elsewhere was condensed to just 20 days with NxtWave, including assignment completion and multiple interview rounds.
"Our experience with NxtWave has been nothing short of exceptional. From understanding our unique requirements to delivering top-notch candidates, they've exceeded our expectations. We're looking forward to our continued collaboration."
- HR, Godspeed
Godspeed was particularly impressed with the calibre and adaptability of NxtWave's candidates. A month post-hiring, Godspeed's feedback was overwhelmingly positive. Their satisfaction was evident as they were ready to hire a second batch, closing four more positions.