Gauge ROI on Candidate Sources with Recruiting Analytics
Datapeople’s Recruiting Analytics Platform simplifies source reporting by making it very clear which candidate sources your applicants are coming from.
Remitly’s Data-Driven Approach to DEI and Hiring
Read how the mobile-first provider of remittances and financial services for immigrants is using Datapeople for more inclusive hiring processes.
A Global Platform for Hiring Teams Worldwide
While Datapeople (the company) is based in the United States, customers in 80+ different countries use our global platform for more inclusive hiring.
Datapeople’s Next Chapter: Comprehensive Recruiting Analytics to Make Hiring More Efficient and Fair
Today, I’m beyond excited (ecstatic, really) to announce that we’ve raised $8 million from incredible investors including Uncork Capital, First Round Capital, and NextView Ventures, who share our belief that equity in recruiting is only possible through better data and analytics. Where we started It’s been nearly six years since Amit, Maryam, and I started […]
We’re Home: TapRecruit Is Now Datapeople
After years of being mistaken for a recruiting agency, we decided it was time for a new name. TapRecruit is now Datapeople!
Recruiting Has a Data Hygiene Problem
Recruiting analytics isn’t a visualization problem, it’s a data hygiene problem. Fortunately, data hygiene is manageable.
Twitch’s Strategic, Intentional Approach to Making Inclusive Job Posts
Read how a video streaming platform provider is using Datapeople as table stakes in a strategic effort to create more inclusive job posts.
Why Square, Inc. Uses Datapeople To Promote More Inclusive Hiring
Read how a business technology solution company is using Datapeople for more than just language guidance in diversity and inclusion efforts.
How Givaudan Uses Digital Innovation To Build Inclusion into Recruiting
Learn how a fragrance and flavor leader uses Datapeople to build diversity and inclusion into its hiring process.
Looking Beyond Gendered Language for More Inclusive Hiring
Avoiding gendered language in job descriptions is vital to attracting female job seekers. Avoiding other biases is key too.