Harver has acquired pymetrics, a provider of unbiased soft skills assessments. Together, the two companies aim to empower organisations to optimise their talent decisions across the employee lifecycle.
‘A groundbreaking, behavioural-based AI methodology’
With the acquisition of pymetrics, hiring solution Harver has added what they call a ‘groundbreaking behavioural-based AI methodology’ to its already impressive setoff existing talent assessments. “It provides organizations with a wider breadth and depth of predictive talent decisioning products to address their unique professional and hourly hiring needs”, the company states in its press release.
“The combined offerings will accelerate the companies’ shared vision of putting purpose to work. By identifying, matching, and developing the right people for the right role.”
“We’re incorporating the best-in-class approaches from both I/O psychology and cognitive science. The combined offerings will accelerate the companies’ shared vision of putting purpose to work. By identifying, matching, and developing the right people for the right role. And ultimately delivering better outcomes for global organizations in a more efficient and unbiased manner.”
Reinventing the way talent decisions are made
“Harver and pymetrics have an incredible opportunity to reinvent the way talent decisions are made by creating a more effective and unbiased process across the talent lifecycle”, said Frida Polli, CEO and founder of pymetrics. “I’m thrilled about the unmatched value that our combined teams can deliver to our customers. I’m excited to continue building upon our shared vision to unleash people’s true potential and then put it to work.”
‘Finding people’s purpose and put it to work’
pymetrics’ AI behavioural soft skill assessments help enterprises build diverse teams of top performers by measuring behaviour from cognitive and emotional attributes within an engaging candidate experience. By mitigating multiple forms of bias through an audited AI platform, pymetrics aims to efficiently identify quality candidates. While it also aims to hire equitably, reduce turnover rate, and enhance overall talent performance through mobility, reskilling, and learning and development strategies.
“Harver and pymetrics share a mission to help find people’s purpose and then put it to work.”
“An organisation’s people are the most essential and strategic part of the business”, said Scott Landers, CEO of Harver. “Harver and pymetrics share a mission to help find people’s purpose and then put it to work. By joining forces, we will be able to offer our customers across the globe a more robust and diverse set of solutions to help them drive better talent decisions. Together, we will help enterprises maximise the potential of their employee base and empower the organizations of tomorrow.”