Crosschq Partners With ALLY Energy to Help Companies and Job Seekers Power an Equitable Energy Transition
- 360 Candidate Assessments Are Key to Finding Best Match for Both
Crosschq, pioneers of the Talent Intelligence Cloud powering a revolution in data-driven hiring and people analytics, announced that ALLY Energy will be leveraging Crosschq 360 and My Crosschq to help energy companies and the people who want to work for them to find the perfect match. ALLY Energy is a talent and culture platform powering careers, skills, and connections for the energy workforce of the future.
Crosschq’s technology is helping energy companies and job seekers in two ways. Leveraging Crosschq’s Talent Intelligence Cloud™, ALLY Energy is enabling its customers to streamline and reduce bias in hiring through the Crosschq 360 platform. On the candidate site, ALLY Energy is equipping job seekers to go beyond the resume with My Crosschq. Using this tool, candidates can create a profile, which includes completed reference checks while showcasing their best qualities better than any resume.
“Traditional reference checks take too long and are often be riddled with bias,” said Michael Fitzsimmons, Chief Executive Officer of Crosschq. “ALLY Energy is enabling its customers to streamline and reduce bias in hiring through our Crosschq 360 platform. ALLY is also advocating for job seekers by empowering them to create their own profiles that tell a better story of who they are. Together with ALLY, we’re empowering companies, large and small to quickly build diverse, winning teams to address the energy transition.”
“The energy industry is facing an unprecedented combination of challenges and climate change is requiring significant transition. Finding exceptional talent and developing new sources of diverse talent is more important than ever,” said Katie Mehnert, Chief Executive Officer of ALLY Energy. “Through this partnership, we’ll provide all these benefits in a way that helps energy companies stand out while giving candidates an exciting way to find jobs that match the culture and purpose they seek.”