Monster.com has partnered with the National Association of Software and Service Companies (NASSCOM) as its exclusive talent search partner for the SME member companies under the NASSCOM SME advantage program. Through this partnership, Monster aims to support over 2,400 SMEs in meeting their talent requirements by offering its cutting-edge hiring solutions.
In addition to offering Monster’s robust platform, this alliance will provide a unique solution to help SME’s to connect with job seekers from remote locations. Not only that, a dedicated page for COVID affected professionals has been created to help meet their hiring needs.
Commenting on the partnership, Monster.com spokesperson, said, “At Monster, it has been our constant endeavor to connect right people to the right jobs. Our expertise in reaching job seekers, especially at a time when the job market is adversely impacted by the coronavirus pandemic, will help alleviate NASSCOM’s SME advantage program. Through this exclusive collaboration, NASSCOM will get access to Monster’s large candidate database and a host of services that will help them search and hire the best talent.”
Sharing his thoughts on partnership Gaurav Hazra, Senior Director & Head – India Market Development, NASSCOM, said, “Even during the COVID19 pandemic, talent remains one of the primary strategic assets for the industry & is seen as a significant investment at the moment. Smaller IT companies are looking at affordable recruitment solutions to support & de-risk their hiring in these tough times. Committed to bring cost savings & best in class solutions to NASSCOM SMEs, we are glad to partner with Monster.com under our SME Advantage program.”
At a time when the economy limps back to a new normal and businesses are expected to look up, this partnership will assist NASSCOM members to ramp up their hiring needs by taking advantage of Monster’s large pool of candidate base. Along with this, Monster’s new-age automated interview product – Quinton – will empower recruiters to schedule and effortlessly conduct video-audio interviews with multiple candidates parallelly.