A collection of articles, reports, and editorials mentioning HackerRank
“With less human interaction in the physical world, the ability to clearly communicate with one another in more succinct, caring ways will be more in demand. Most of our communication will be via video conferencing, phone or written communications, so people need to start honing their skills in these areas to be effective remote workers."
CNBC | June 9, 2020
"Remote hiring of technical talent will become the norm, accelerated by the normalization of remote work."
Fast Company | April 20, 2020
“You probably have to retool a lot of things in your process, what logistics tools you're going to use...How can I be confident in making this offer when I haven't met this person?"
Business Insider | May 14, 2020
"It just opens up your talent pool like crazy...You can be sitting in the Bay Area and hire someone in Ohio or New York or anywhere."
Protocol | May 15, 2020
“Every one of these tech companies that we talk to that are hiring are actually accelerating. We’ve yet to talk to a large financial tech company with work that’s slowing down.”
CNBC | May 27, 2020
"While hiring in many categories has slowed or stopped, the market for tech hiring is expected to bounce back rapidly. We are future proofing our solution not for the new normal but for the forever different."
SD Times | May 27, 2020
"Last year, HackerRank rolled out new features to redact applicant names and other identifying information in an attempt to change a pattern in which diverse candidates with high technical scores still got filtered out during the interview process."
Protocol | June 6 , 2020