A transformative data-driven approach leading talent teams rely on that unlocks insights from interviews and brings them to the heart of every hiring decision.
The old way of hiring isn’t up to today’s standards.
The most important decision a business makes is who to hire. But for years, the hiring process has been highly subjective, prone to bias, and full of unanswered questions.
There’s never been a way to unlock the insights hidden away in interviews – until now.
Interview intelligence is a fundamental departure from the old way of hiring. It extracts interview data and insights that allow teams to make hiring decisions based on real evidence and give them the visibility to uphold a high-quality, equitable process.
The Old Way
Without Interview Intelligence
Based on gut feel, choppy notes, and fuzzy memories
Overlooked and neglected
Burdened with inefficiencies, bias, and inconsistencies
Hindered by interviews locked in a black box, making it hard to identify and solve problems
Impacted by buried signals that cause interviewers to pass on great talent
The New Way
With Interview Intelligence
Made confidently with real evidence from interview recordings, transcriptions, and key moments
Prioritized with a thoughtful, efficient approach
Transformed by powerful interview insights into a faster, fairer process
Achieved with greater transparency, so you can course-correct quickly and ensure hiring excellence
Improved by training interviewers to identify and win great talent
Uncover what’s trending in interviews.
Get an inside look at the latest interview conversation topics.
In April 2022, layoffs became a trending topic in interviews, with mentions increasing by 37%.
65% of Interviews
In the last 3 months, “compensation” has been discussed in 65% of interviews on average.
Sports & Family
Significantly Increase Hiring Chances
Talking about sports in interviews nearly doubles a candidate’s chance of getting hired. Discussing personal topics like family also increases the chances of getting hired, particularly as interviews progress.
Work From Home
12% of Interviews
Bringing up work from home or hybrid options can significantly decrease a candidate’s chances of passing to the next interview round.
“Good riddance to the inefficient, biased hiring processes of the past. Interview intelligence can fundamentally change how organizations find talent by paving the way for a fast, effective, and equitable hiring process.”
“Interviews are often the most muddy and unclear part of the hiring process. Interview intelligence changes that, unlocking hidden conversation insights that help organizations make decisions with clarity and improve the most critical aspect of their hiring process.”
Better interviews begin with the right questions.
Level up your hiring process with help from this bank of interview questions for your most critical roles.
Leading talent teams adopt interview intelligence to achieve 4 key outcomes.
Quality of Hire
Gain visibility into interviews, so you can improve candidate assesments, triangulate perspectives, and make hiring decisions based on real evidence.
Review interview highlights asynchronously to advance the best candidates, eliminate unnecessary interview steps, and speed up hiring decisions.
Create a structured, consistent hiring process and streamline interviewer training, so you can give every candidate the hiring experience they deserve.
Equity & Inclusion
Overcome subjective decision-making with a consistent, structured interview experience that evaluates candidates in their own words.