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It's simple. Sokanu is a career test - a very powerful career test. Our users tell us about their experience and take a comprehensive psychometric assessment that determines what kind of work will be an ideal fit.
We have extended that same technology to help employers find job applicants that will be more productive, more happy, and a better fit than any other recruitment service available.
Our job matching technology is complicated. Posting a job is not.
We have made it incredibly easy to post a job and start collecting quality applicants. All you have to do is tell us a bit about the position and choose a fingerprint* that most closely matches your needs. That's it.
*A fingerprint is a kind of an archetype for the type of person that would excel at the job.
Sokanu was built from the ground up from a team of leading career psychologists and psychometric assessment technitions. We have built the most predictive and sophisticated career test on the planet.
Every Sokanu user is measured on about 100 traits across 5 major dimensions: interests (e.g., interest in the arts), personality (e.g., leaderhship or independence), preferences (e.g., preference for analytical work) , needs (e.g., need for supportive supporvisors), and values (e.g., innovation). We use this data to develop a unique psychometric profile for every candidate which we can match against a catalog of career fingerprints. To promote equal employment goals, we monitor and publish how our test discriminates across age, gender, and ethnic groups.
Our assessment highlights how candidates match against a job as well as where they are defficient. This level of detail makes sokanu better at predicting on job performance than most traditional hiring methods.
*Measured as correlation with on-job performance.
Source: Sokanu validation studies, Hunter & Schmidt - The Validity and Utility of Selection Methods in Personnel Psychology: Practical and Theoretical Implications of 85 Years of Research Findings.