My Association with Skolix :
I am a Recruiter who called them because the has a resume on Dice that fitted the skills i was looking for
Good things About Skolix :
It appeared to start with that they had good candidates
Not so good things About Skolix :
Had a position in a an unusual Geographical location.
The rep from Skolix I spoke with sent me the profile of the candidate that I had found on Dice and requested, along with a 2nd profile, neither were local but that was OK, as the location was a tricky one. Seemed good to start with.
However Neither candidate could tell me the correct year they came to the US.
So requested ID eventually it arrived.
It is possible that they could have worked with the dates on the resume but highly unlikely due to the DOB's of both candidates.
Decided not to use them just too shady.
24hrs later Dice search revels a New resume posted.
This one matching the skills I am looking for but in the exact location I want.
I call and realize that I am talking with Skolix again (same Rep I spoke to yesterday at least same name and email it turns out but different voice) however has no recollection of our conversation.
OK I can give him the benefit of the doubt, Busy day perhaps, however when I press for the local candidate that just posted miraculously that candidate is not actual in that location, why did you post his resume as being there then, change of story He is in that location but does want to stay their it turn out, but they have other profiles.
Take what you want from this but I would not use them again.
Seems as they could not pass some very dubious candidates off on me, they would switch to plan B and post a resume local to the area of my position and see if any of my competitors were dumb enough to fall for it.
Review Submitted on : 03/07/2013