Unbiased recruitment

When developing Tengai, our focus was on understanding interview bias. And with the insights we gained, we obviously made the framework unbiased by design.

Today, recruiters and hiring managers are lacking objective tools to make data-driven hiring decisions. Instead, they rely on their gut feeling!For example, that 55 % of recruiters and hiring managers decide who not to hire already at the first handshake. And 71 % have rejected a candidate based on their tattoos. But the blind robot interview is changing that. Since Tengai is treating all candidates equal and doesn’t see age, looks, or gender.

Here you will find interesting articles about what it means to have preconceived biases and how they affect the interview process. Because we think it is important to give all candidates a fair interview experience, without bias and subjective evaluations.

Is Your Remote Interview Biased?

How digital interviews are changing recruitment In 2020, the new coronavirus paralyzed the world and made over 7 billion people...

Developing Responsible AI

Your software is only as fair as the data you provide The world is changing and we’re relying more and...

92% of Job Seekers are Frustrated

A recent report is showing concerning numbers as job seekers answers questions about unbiased recruitment and if they have experienced…

Humans are Biased by Design

Most of the time your intuition will actually help you to avoid dangerous situations. So we’re often told to “just…

Interview robots over chatbots

Why not a chatbot? Tengai creates a human connection Imagine a recruiter that treats all candidates the same, always ask...