In the ever-expanding industry of work, companies are always expanding, and in turn demanding more talent. Resources commonly get scarce as HR rushes to fill crucial vacancies.
On top of the manpower required for recruiting at scale, diversity initiatives are rising to the top as key elements for ensuring an innovative and impactful workforce. With so many priorities for talent teams to manage, the challenges of hiring and building competitive workforces, especially within start-up or small company environments, are becoming business critical areas for companies to address.
It is not only critical for companies to leverage smart approaches to meet talent needs, those organizations aiming to win ongoing ‘talent wars’ within their competitive spaces are getting ahead with the support of emerging technologies. Many new solutions are now applying artificial intelligence (AI) for recruiting to amplify talent and People teams and identify, engage, and convert key candidates faster and more directly. While a number of new recruiting technologies, including AI enabled solutions, are hitting the market, a few advanced tools are rising to the top as powerful technologies for supporting existing People teams and the future of work.
One such technology, STELLARES, is an AI-powered talent acquisition platform that helps dozens of Bay Area tech companies identify and engage passive technical talent. As the People space becomes more dependent on technology overall, the efficient use of web-crawling and high-precision AI-matching in HR is changing the game in Talent and Acquisition. Additionally, as companies aim to maintain an engaged and effective workforce, ensuring that qualified job-seekers will be happy in the environments in which they work is critical for keeping employee retention high. STELLARES acts as a “virtual sourcer” to help candidates find a fit that matches their learning goals, work-life preferences, and passions, with users typically following 42% of job leads offered to them through the STELLARES platform, versus the average 5% of followed leads often experienced in the industry from other career sites.
To learn more about how this emerging technology is supporting and impacting the future of Recruiting for many companies, Lauren Eager of PeopleTech Partners sat down with Roi Chobadi, Co-Founder and CEO of STELLARES for a deep-dive discussion.
Q: What gave you the idea to start STELLARES?
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