Does anyone remember how jobs were found or employees hired pre-internet? Maybe snail mail was involved… or perhaps carrier pigeons? Finding that sweet spot of a perfect fit for employee and employer must have taken months and been rarer than the WhatsApp message you respond to as soon as you’ve opened it. The internet was a revolution, making obsolete an entire system of conduct and protocol; it’s only been a short while, but the next game changer is already here.
In the scramble to implement blockchain technology across whatever sectors it can be applied to, services like those offered by Ouna are charging forward to make recruiting (and not to mention finding employment) as intuitive and successful as smart phones have been at giving you no excuse to avoid exchanging those funny cat pictures from that aunt you would otherwise only see during the holidays. This is accomplished by the limitless potential of algorithms that have now reached a level of sophistication to match employees and employers based not only on experience and education, but also motivation, values and personality characteristics.
Ouna’s system is driven by an ever-growing database of job seekers whose intuitive profiles are created based on a one-time 15-minute online assessment. That’s it for the talented hopefuls; all that’s left to do it wait for that perfect job to come your way — one that matches your skill set as well as your interests and desire to be challenged.
The Analyzer, Ouna’s powerful algorithm, finds that perfect position based off of the ideal candidate’s profile generated by selecting a company’s top-performing employees to take the same assessment as the job seekers.
The implementation of blockchain technology connects employers with potential employees directly, decentralizing information on positions and candidates by making it transparent around the world. This technology also makes it possible to verify the trustworthiness of candidates while keeping candidates anonymous. That last point brings one of the greatest strengths of AI to the HR field: eliminating discrimination. Algorithms could care less about your sexual orientation or country of origin. Finally, all that matters are your values, experience and work ethic.
This recruitment revolution also comes with the benefit of doing away with the middleman — you know, the recruitment services who charge you to send your resume out into the void. It turns out there’s an app for that now, and it performs better than the middle men you’re used to, ensuring happier, more productive employees and reduced turnover.
With an 86% success rate in making the ideal partnership between job seekers and job makers, Ouna is harnessing the promises of advances in AI: productivity, success and that satisfaction you’ve been working so hard to achieve.
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