Koru is the leader in predictive hiring based on the real drivers of performance, Koru7™ Impact Skills. We’re mobilizing the “Grit over Grades” revolution with innovative talent leaders from some of the world’s leading enterprises.
Ready to learn more about the shift to predictive, data-driven hiring? Contact Us.
Quickly Identify Your Best Candidates
With Koru Hire you screen and identify your top tier candidates with only a few clicks in a few seconds, versus days or weeks of resume reviews and phone screens.
Interested in a demo?
Our customers have seen 30-60% increases in high performing hires using Koru, with associated ROI in the millions per year.
Top companies have worked with Koru to hire and develop the right early career talent.
“Koru helped us look at our candidates in a whole new way. An interview is an imperfect process … Koru sheds a whole new dimension of light on this talent which you don’t get in an interview. That’s incredibly valuable.”BRENDAN BROWNE, VP of Global Talent Acquisition, LinkedIn
Early Career Hiring and
Koru is transforming the way you screen, hire, and develop early-career talent through our data-driven talent analytics solution. We work with innovative talent leaders from some of the world’s leading enterprises across dozens of industries to select talent based on the unique drivers of performance in their companies. Together we are leading the grit over grades revolution.
“Goldman Sachs Group Inc, Morgan Stanley, Citigroup Inc and UBS Group AG are exploring the use of artificial intelligence software to judge applicants on traits - such as teamwork, curiosity and grit - that help in the workplace but don't always show up on a resume or come through in an interview...” Read article. Reuters
Wall Street hopes artificial intelligence software helps it hire loyal bankers
"Koru goes a step further by assessing not only if someone will fit in at the job, but also if they will be good at it....In lieu of extensive job experience, companies can evaluate candidates based on Koru's personal attribute scores."Fast Company
Can Using Artificial Intelligence Make Hiring Less Biased?