Titan ATS is Conquering Unintentional Bias in the Hire Process by Revolutionizing the Applicant Tracking System
Press Release (ePRNews.com) - PORT SAINT LUCIE, Fla. - Jan 18, 2021 - Titan ATS announces its innovative Applicant Tracking Technology that puts the focus on people, not documents. This unique, patent-pending technology uses data from the resume combined with information provided by the applicant to create masked candidate profiles. No names, dates or any other potentially discriminatory information will be displayed to the hiring team. These profiles feature a candidate headline as opposed to a name, average tenure, skills and job descriptions. They are all that is seen by the hiring team until the candidate gives electronic permission and is moved to an in-person interview status, at which time the full resume can be viewed, thereby eliminating the possibility for discrimination in the application and early interview stages, and bringing the focus where it should be: to the applicant’s abilities.
The first roll-out of the Titan ATS will be available February 2021. Interested parties can sign up for a product demo at www.titanats.com.
“Hiring is a people business, and we should be focused on the person, not their wrapping, even in the application process. That’s where the Titan ATS comes in,” said Katherine McCord, President.
“I love that it removes bias! … the first stage is ‘are you qualified?’ … Great job!” – Trevor Houston, Host, WhoYaKnow Job Networking Show
Bias, however unintentional, runs rampant throughout the hire process, beginning with the application stage. According to Harvard Business Review, Caucasian applicants receive 36% more callbacks than African Americans and 24% more than Latino applicants. Per a study conducted by the Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco, the older an applicant, the less likely they are to receive a call back, and women struggle at an even larger rate to find employment as they age than their male counterparts. Society and job seekers everywhere are calling out for change, so Titan ATS is answering that call.
With 70% of applicants saying that company diversity and fair hiring practices matter to them, the Titan ATS system will allure top talent and help to generate up to 19% more revenue as, according to Boston Consulting Group, this is common with companies that focus on diversity and hiring based off of skill sets, as opposed to biological attributes.
Titan ATS is here to change the face of application technology and put the focus back where it belongs: on people.
About Titan ATS:
Titan ATS is a subsidiary of Titan Management, a national recruiting and consulting firm. The President, Katherine McCord, founded Titan Management, previously Titan Staffing, in 2014 in Dallas, Texas. She has set out to prove that ethical recruiting yields the most productive results. Titan ATS, launched in October of 2019, is an expansion of that goal. The Titan ATS project is in collaboration with Hiring Thing, a long-standing applicant tracking technology provider.