SeatMatch, a hiring and recruiting company utilizing advanced person-role-fit technology and processes, has announced its integration of a proprietary technology, Neural Network Mapping™, from Aboutly, a precision human dynamics company. This technology maps the neural networks of the human brain’s software through proprietary remote video interviews and analysis. This enables highly specific predictions about human behavior and interpersonal dynamics interactions as it applies to long term role and team fit.
“Recruitment has always been as much a science as it is an art often with frighteningly low success rates. Over the years, we’ve always tried to make it more reliable. This new technology has allowed us to make it into a more repeatable and scalable science,” said Nancy Slessenger, CEO of SeatMatch. “Aboutly’s Neural Network Mapping technology has already given us an unprecedented level of precision and has raised our success rate from 88% to 92%. This means that 92% of our candidates are still doing a great job after 12 months. Our combined process and technology gives our clients data-driven matches that truly serve the needs of both the employers and candidates.”
PowerToFly, a diversity talent acquisition platform connecting underrepresented talent to great careers, today announced a new feature available within the PowerPro product, Candidate Search. The new feature is set to transform talent acquisition by providing companies with a powerful tool to identify and recruit candidates from underrepresented backgrounds, bringing a new level of inclusivity and effectiveness to the hiring process.
Using the Enhanced Search feature within Candidate Search, recruiters are equipped to search for and select candidates based on specific diversity parameters like gender and ethnicity, among other identity markers candidates have and affinity groups they belong to. The streamlined process facilitates finding, shortlisting, and engaging potential candidates, all within a single intuitive search function.
Employers and recruiters now have the ability to find professionals who match various identity and skill markers, adding a new dimension to diversity recruiting — one that often wasn’t feasible with traditional candidate search tools.