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10 More Staffing and Recruiting Startups to Watch

10 More Staffing and Recruiting Startups to Watch
From Recruiter - February 3, 2017

1. Crelate Talent

Recruiting publicationsthis outlet included are always talking about the importance of building and maintaining relationships with candidates, even when those candidates arent in the running for a job at the moment. Its a good idea in theorybut in practice, its a massive hassle. Recruiters are busy. They have roles to fill.

Crelate is cool because it helps solve the candidate relationship management problem by introducing analytics and automation to the situation. By reminding recruiters when its time to reach out and allowing them to easily find relevant candidates in their databases, Crelate takes most of the burden off the individuals shoulders. It also includes a full suite of features from activity-tracking and candidate workflows to job publishing and Outlook integrationthat make it a virtual one-stop shop for recruiting and staffing agencies.

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2. OnboardIQ

If your organization relies on a large number of hourly workers, check out OnboardIQ. The platform automates practically every aspect of the hiring process, from scheduling interviews and running background checks to preparing documents and following up with applicants. When your company is hiring 50+ hourly workers a month, the time savings OnboardIQ enables really add up. For example, grocery delivery company Shipt cut its time to hire from two weeks to four days using OnboardIQ.

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3. The Muse

The Muse is one of the fastest-growing career search platforms out there, and for good reason: Both employers and job seekers can find serious value in the platform.

Job seekers can turn to The Muse for helpful advice and personalized job search guidance. Employers can use The Muse to advertise their own jobs but with a twist.

Rather than simply posting traditional job ads, employers on The Muse create media-rich profiles accompanied by videos, photos, and testimonials from employees. This is a great way not only to catch the eyes of top talent, but also to promote a vibrant employer brand that is more likely to attract only the right kinds of candidates.

Recruiting Dailys Matt Charney wrote an excellent article last year that dives deep into why The Muse stands above its competition. If youre not convinced yet, you will be once youre through with Charneys piece.

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4. BeVisible.soy

Latinx people i.e., Latinos and Latinas from Generations Y and Z have the lowest participation rate of any minority demographic on LinkedIn. According to the folks behind BeVisible, thats because many Latinx are uncomfortable with the cultural norms of LinkedIn, including excessive self-promotion and inauthentic communities.

Thats why BeVisible exists: Its a professional social network designed to connect Latinx with companies in industries like technology, finance, media,
marketing/advertising, and consumer products. The goal is to give Latinx a professional social network thats more in tune with their lifestyles and preferences while helping organizations tap into a population that can be elusive on traditional professional social networks.

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5. Joonko

Artificial intelligence has already begun to help us make better hiring decisions, but who would have thought it would play a role in eliminating unconscious bias, too?

Thats exactly what Joonko is setting out to do with its AI-powered diversity and inclusion coach, which integrates into a companys SaaS platforms, including platforms in sales, HR, recruiting, and communication. From there, Joonko uses existing data to identify potential instances of unconscious bias. When the program detects such an instance, it immediately notifies the relevant manager or supervisor and suggests corrective actions.

We all have unconscious biases, and overcoming them can be incredibly difficult. Joonko makes it much, much easier.

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