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Seeing beyond the obvious. TalVista, a woman-owned business, provides a view beyond the noise of unconscious bias in the hiring process. Now businesses can be more inclusive from the job description through to the interview. Based on research, the words we use will either reveal our inclusive or exclusionary tendencies. Companies who combine our job description optimization and redacted resume reviewing with scripted and structured interviews now have a SaaS platform to mitigate unconscious bias. This will result in greater inclusivity with a more diverse and skilled workforce.

TalVista in the News

May 22, 2018 – Diverse Talent Creates the Competitive Differentiator Companies are Looking For

May 22, 2018 – Inclusion is Good for Business

Notable Industry News

Why do some job adverts put women off applying?

Excerpt from BBC News article by David Siliverberg

Building on this kind of research, another recruitment tech company, TalVista, assesses job descriptions and highlights “discouraging” terms in red and “inviting” terms in green, assigning an overall thumb up or thumb down score to the text. For example, replacing a word such as “build” with “create” achieves a better overall score, the company says.

“Diversity and inclusion are always critical for talent acquisition,” TalVista chief executive Elaine Orler says.
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Leveling the Hiring Process – Reducing the Skills Gap

Page 50 of CIO Applications: Top 25 HR Technology Solution Providers – 2018

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