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FloCareer Continues Collaboration with ThisWay Global to Offer Key Interview Skills with IBM watsonx Orchestrate

FloCareer is set to build FloCareer skills in the IBM watsonx Orchestrate™ skills catalog via a collaboration with ThisWay Global, the leader in AI, bias-removal and talent acquisition sourcing technology. By extending the skills catalog with FloCareer’s cutting edge interview as a service technology, customers can unlock the power of talent and diversity in their recruitment process with the seamless integration of ThisWay Global and FloCareer into IBM watsonx Orchestrate™. Now customers can easily combine skills and execute end-to-end recruiting workflows, from unbiased sourcing of candidates to scheduling and conducting interviews via IBM watsonx Orchestrate.

IBM’s watsonx Orchestrate is a cloud-based solution that helps companies empower their people to change the nature of their day-to-day work. It offers an innovative platform that leverages AI and automation to streamline complex workflows and repetitive tasks in the talent acquisition process.

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Angela Hood, CEO of ThisWay Global stated, “Large companies will run these skills in different composite combinations countless times a month, saving thousands of hours on repetitive tasks that will now be automated. IBM watsonx Orchestrate is a game-changer for talent acquisition professionals, as well as hiring managers. It dramatically reduces business expense, saves significant time, improves compliance, quality and confidence in hiring decisions.”

FloCareer’s first skill in IBM watsonx Orchestrate catalog creates an unbiased, skills-based interview structure with questions and recommended answers for any job description.  This enables users to consistently ask the right interview questions, independent of interviewer and candidate.  Mehul Bhatt, FloCareer CEO and CoFounder said, “Utilizing skills-based interview questions from our library of over 40,000 questions empowers companies to hire better, more consistently and without bias.”

SOURCE : PRNewswire

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