We often say that talent is everywhere, but there are barriers to opportunity. Gender, race, and class can prevent a hiring manager from considering some of the best candidates. And these same hiring managers can also be swayed by a “perfect” resume that doesn’t tell them everything.
In this episode of Work in Progress, Mike Rosenbaum, founder of Catalyte, and I talk about how data-driven tools that can better identify people who will thrive, and who will stay at a company.
Rosenbaum explains how Catalyte, and spinoff company Arena, use data to help build a diverse and sustainable workforce. We discuss how data-driven tools can be more productive and effective than traditional hiring, both for the employer and the employee.
It’s a fascinating discussion about how data analytics can, and is, informing hiring.
You can listen to the podcast here or download the episode wherever you get your podcasts.
We hope you enjoy the conversation.
Episode 121: Mike Rosenbaum, Founder, Catalyte
Host: Ramona Schindelheim, Editor-in-Chief, WorkingNation
Producer: Larry Buhl
Executive Producers: Joan Lynch, Melissa Panzer, and Ramona Schindelheim
Music: Composed by Lee Rosevere and licensed under CC by 4.0.
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