Company is seizing on opportunities created by seismic shift in labor market.
BIRMINGHAM, ALA – GoodJob® today announced that it has raised $5.75M to fuel its next stage of growth initiatives.
“In 2021, The Great Resignation and the massive restructuring of the labor market led to unprecedented growth for GoodJob. We brought on our largest partners and clients to date,” said GoodJob CEO Stephen D. Johnston. “In 2022, we’ll see The Great Migration of workers to states with a lower cost of living and to careers where they can work remotely and earn more money.”
“GoodJob will be there to match these candidates with jobs where they’re wired for success.”
GoodJob uses its proprietary tool called the PATH Assessment® to identify a person’s work traits and behaviors and then match those to people who are most successful in the job.
For companies, GoodJob can quickly sort through candidates in their pipeline and identify who to interview and hire as well as recommend matches from its own userbase. The end-to-end platform means companies shorten their time to hire to days instead of weeks or months, while also increasing retention.
“GoodJob is harnessing the powers of math and science to create better outcomes for people and companies,” said Johnston. “We’ve found these tools to be invaluable for two key groups: Chief Human Resources Officers (CHROs) and state workforce development boards — both of whom have been tasked with Herculean goals related to hiring and retention.”
Created by professors from Harvard and Stanford Universities in 1982 and refined over the next 40 years, the science behind the PATH Assessment is a mathematical model that can predict how happy and successful a candidate will be in a job. The assessment is free and takes less than 10 minutes to complete. You can take the PATH Assessment at pathassessment.com.
GoodJob was named Company of the Year by HR Tech Outlook. GoodJob for Candidates is available now in the App Store and Google Play. GoodJob for Employers is available online at goodjob.io.
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