Leave the résumé parser behind and focus on what matters most — growing your business and taking care of your people.
The résumé hasn't evolved over the last 50 years and yet expensive hiring technology has been built on top of such a fundamentally flawed piece of paper. We refuse to do that ourselves.
We're reimagining the way hiring gets done, starting with that piece of paper and the very first step in the hiring process: job applications. We're focusing on the overarching drivers of the hiring process: driving results.
It all starts with achievements, which means focusing on value created, while ensuring they're time-bound and measurable. With Clarify, professionals add their achievements and use them to apply to jobs on the platform during the application process, optionally bypassing the résumé altogether, yet providing insight into the results they've delivered and can deliver for a potential employer and you.
Clarify provides a better starting point and greater insight into the quality of a candidate than the standard résumé of today that's riddled with buzzwords that just try to match your job post's description.
With Clarify you're better prepared for the interview phase while having constructive conversations around how results were delivered and unlocking better interview insights overall.
We're making sure companies deploy their HRIS spend on a more efficient and better hiring process.
A résumé doesn't convey much about a candidate. Often time it's riddled with generic statements and copied and pasted job descriptions, or keywords that are sprinkled throughout just to match your job post, without providing you with a clear picture on what an applicant can do or has done.
Today's ATSs and hiring solutions leave you to pay for software that promises to weed out applicants based on keywords, not results.
We've put together a brief high-level comparison of how Clarify provides a much better hiring experience for both applicants and companies. Elevating the level of conversation from the minute an applicant clicks 'Apply'.
Below is an example of an sales applicant's application: