Why use Truepear℠ as a hiring tool?
Truepear℠ benefits users by freeing their time to focus on growth and productivity while our algorithm creates an easily read report of the candidates provided in compatibility order.
Dissecting the current antiquated process of hiring, employers rely heavily on the technical requirements of the position being filled and keywords that appeal to them. Those keywords are useful for sorting candidates based on “hard” skills, but does not take into account how the candidate will fit when placed in a department with respect to “soft” skills. Truepear℠ corrects this deficient process by evaluating the complete candidate as a member of a group of peers with whom he/she will be working.
There are thousands of “Pears” between qualified professionals and potential employers all across the world and we've created an algorithm to assist companies with hiring potential candidates. Truepear℠ doesn't tell you exactly which professional to select, we narrow the pool down to a manageable list and you take it from there. You still have ultimate control over who you select.
Truepear℠ will revolutionize the hiring process by matching the candidate to the company based on traits and intrinsic qualities in addition to professional requirements. On top of present day value of streamlining the hiring process, companies are making a better investment for their future.
Truepear℠ is a web-based service company that provides users a way to analyze potential candidates’ cultural fit before hiring.
How we came to be
Truepear℠ was founded in 2017 by Robert Baiocchi. After graduating from Widener University in Electrical Engineering with honors and dean’s list merit, Robert worked in various industries throughout the years including insurance, sales, engineering, and new construction. He experienced grueling interview processes where the focus was mainly on the technical skills. Robert noticed the industry’s trend of ignoring soft skills, such as time management abilities and work ethic. This resulted in a decade of wasted time for both himself and the employer.
In 2011, Robert was fortunate enough to find himself in a position within an engineering consulting firm that was a great match for him on all levels. He loved the work culture that his peers possessed which allowed him to be productive …read on