Startups of disruption: employment and human resources

By Jeffrey Kitt

If ever there were industries primed for disruption, employment and human resources would have to somewhere near the top of the list. There are so many elements of each industry which require unnecessary manual work: from payrolls to referrals to recruiting to training and management processes. Automation and artificially intelligent solutions are on their way to make the lives of workers in these industries a whole lot more efficient. Without further ado, let’s take a look at some of the most interesting and promising tech startups working in the employment and human resource spaces:

First off the blocks is Final Stage from the United Kingdom. The team believe they have created the world’s first “talent sharing platform”. It works through organizations inviting shortlisted candidates who missed out on job offers to a larger network of employers on the hunt for quality workers. This means that rather than rejection from the one job they interviewed for, the promising and pre-vetted candidates can be referred to other companies within the same industry. The team, who launched their platform in May, already have involvement from Capgemini, Bloomberg, Grant Thornton and Balfour Beatty.

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