AbilityMap is a new technology and recruitment strategy being adopted by leading recruiters that enables new conversations to win clients and jobs. Conversations that are about defining performance, measuring candidates and producing quality shortlists of people ready to deliver.
The technology allows you to:
- Lead with an Expert Job Profile defining the capabilities that drive success
- Work with your individual clients to build a Collaborative or High Performer Job Profile that defines what they actually need, specific to their business
- Objectively measure candidates against the needs the client has defined
It’s something they’ve never experienced before.
A Scientific, Fast & Cost-Effective Solution
AbilityMap puts recruiters in a different class by leading with a scientific, fast, cost-effective solution that enables you to consistently deliver candidates with an inherent ability to succeed in your client’s business.
Give us a shout if you want to learn more.
A Job Profile is created by selecting one of three AbilityMap Job Profiling strategies.
Expert Job Profile
Collaborative Job Profile
High Performer Job Profile
What our Customers are Saying
We’ve been using AbilityMap with clients to give them even more information about the person that will be joining their organisation for the long term. As a result, we have better conversations with our clients and our candidates AND have better fill rates. A winner all-round!
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Create your own unique Job Profile to see for yourself why recruiters who use AbilityMap are winning more jobs and delivering better placements.
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