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Wednesday, 13 February 2019 10:20

Hudson teams with PredictiveHire on candidate hiring initiative

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Australian global recruitment and talent management firm, Hudson is partnering with Melbourne-based startup PredictiveHire in a deal which it says will help companies make candidate selection smarter, faster and fairer.

Hudson says it will explore how it can embed PredictiveHire’s assessments into its candidate selection process and use these insights to improve hiring outcomes for clients.

According to Hudson, PredictiveHire is unique in the industry with its marketplace of predictive models built from tracking how employees perform in a role, enabling it to identify with 88% accuracy whether a candidate will be successful in the role.

Mark Steyn, CEO, Hudson, said: “We are excited about the potential of this new partnership to help our clients make better hiring decisions. As a talent solutions business, we are passionate about discovering talent that is a great “fit” for our clients. People who will stay and perform.

“PredictiveHire has a highly advanced data and intelligence platform that helps companies hire faster and better, as well as delivering a great candidate experience. Using performance data to predict the future performance of a candidate is a revolution in recruitment, and PredictiveHire’s customers are seeing the impact in their business performance.”

“This partnership is a key step in our mission to empower organisations to reinvigorate their approach to hiring and eliminate unconscious bias from their recruitment process,” said Barb Hyman, CEO, PredictiveHire.

“Recruitment is one of the biggest costs in business. Every organisation wants to recruit the best people, who will stay longer in the role and excel. It no longer needs to be a guessing game. Our unique products, powered by data science, solves this problem,” Hyman said.

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