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HackerEarth regularly hosts hackathons that attract the best developers in Canada, increasing their talent pool for employers. The University of Toronto, McMaster University in Hamilton, Ontario, and the City of Maple Ridge in British Columbia are just a few examples of organizations that have conducted hackathons via HackerEarth to identify top tech talent.
Although HackerEarth is a U.S.-based company headquartered in San Francisco, Canadian employers may benefit from hiring experienced and rigorously assessed candidates selected from their international talent pool comprising over 5 million developers.
- The platform connects Canadian employers with the global tech workforce.
- A variety of interview and assessment packages are available to choose from.
- Employers are offered customized plans to meet individual hiring needs.
- Canadian employers qualify for a free trial.
- Packages include access to global candidate profiles and advanced search filters.
- Employers can evaluate candidates' proficiency in over 40 coding languages and across 500 skills.
- Coding tests based on skills, job descriptions, or roles are automatically created.
- Canada-based employers can schedule coding interviews to assess skills in real time via pair programming.
- Packages include integration with major applicant tracking systems.
- All subscription plans are paid and prices are only quoted in U.S. dollars.
- The package aimed at building tech teams requires a minimum of 30 users, with each user charged separately.
- No local phone support is available to Canadian employers.
- French-Canadian employers need to use the site in English.
We were unable to find online reviews of HackerEarth by Canadian employers. On Quora, developers experienced mixed results in finding employment via HackerEarth. Google search results for "HackerEarth Canada" show quite a few hackathons hosted in Canada.
SimilarWeb reports that Canadian site visitors generate less than one percent of the site traffic, suggesting that Canadian employers and tech job seekers are more likely to turn to popular local tech sites, such as ITjobs.ca and BetaKit to connect with each other.
*For custom bundle purchases or arranging hackathons to engage with developers, employers should contact the company via email to request a quote.
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How to Hire Developers on HackerEarth:
Three easy steps for hiring a developer on HackerEarth.
Hiring a developer on HackerEarth.
Go to HackerEarth.
Navigate to the HackerEarth home page and click on "Hire now." You will find this button under the "For Businesses" heading.
Click on "Request a demo."
You'll find this blue tab below the main heading.
Submit your demo request.
Fill in the form, including your name, contact details, company information, the product you're interested in, and your country. Click on "Request a demo." A HackerEarth representative will contact you to help you choose the best package for your needs.
HackerEarth vs. ITjobs.ca:
HackerEarth offers global solutions to recruit tech developers through coding assessments, whereas ITjobs.ca is a dedicated Candian job board for IT job seekers. HackerEarth's plans start at US$19.00 per month, while ITJobs.ca charges C$325.00 for a single job posting. Only HackerEarth provides employers access to developers' profiles.
HackerEarth vs. Canada's Association of IT Professionals (CIPS):
HackerEarth and CIPS both assist employers to find tech talent. HackerEarth features a global developer talent pool and offers employers comprehensive recruitment solutions, while the CIPS site features an IT job board for Canadian tech jobs. HackerEarth's plans start at US$19.00 per month, while CIPS charges C$300.00 for a 60-day post.
HackerEarth vs. AngelList:
HackerEarth and AngelList both offer global tech hiring solutions. HackerEarth's services include developer assessments and candidate matching, while AngelList features a tech startup job board that allows Canadian employers to post global tech jobs and search resumes for free. HackerEarth's plans start at US$19.00 per month.
What is HackerEarth?
HackerEarth helps global businesses with their technical hiring needs. Their recruitment solutions include coding assessments that allow Canadian employers to identify and hire talented developers.
How much does it cost employers to use HackerEarth?
HackerEarth's pricing for their tech recruitment plans is quoted in U.S. dollars and starts at US$19.00 per month for coding interviews. Costs increase if employers require online assessments of developers' coding skills and other hiring tools.
Can I change or cancel my HackerEarth subscription?
Yes. You can upgrade or downgrade your plan at any time. You can also cancel your subscription. Email HackerEarth for assistance.