How transparent job and candidate matching works

It seems there are some obvious unique properties that make Actonomy’s xMP best of breed in the searching technology business. In a series of blogposts, Actonomy’s CEO Filip De Geijter explains the details of these USP’s. After the first one (dealing with flexibility), he now focuses on transparency and the value of transparent matching.

2020-03-06T09:29:42+01:00March 5th, 2020|Categories: blog, Whats-New|

Recruitment Agency Expo London 2020: Actonomy goes Britain

Report on ‘Recruitment Agency Expo London’, February 4&5 2020 One of a kind: the yearly high mass for the British recruitment agencies Recruitment Agency Expo 2020 took place in London, February 4th and 5th. As one of the only non-British tech companies, Actonomy was celebrating its 10th participation. Filip De Geijter reflects on the two

2020-02-17T12:59:33+01:00February 17th, 2020|Categories: blog|

How HR-ontologies map the working world

On the use of semantic correlations in smart searching and matching technology One of the most buzzed words in machine learning today is ‘ontology’. Yet, it is a quintessential element in making automatic language understanding a success. Even more so when it is used in searching and matching technology for HR-purposes. Filip De Geijter, founder

2020-02-11T18:18:10+01:00February 11th, 2020|Categories: blog|

Flexible Recruitment Technology Explained

In the coming months, we will publish a series of blogposts on the USP’s (Unique Selling Propositions) of Actonomy’s job and candidate searching and matching technology xMP. First in the row: flexibility. At the heart of the recruitment technology is one simple belief: Technology has to follow the client’s demands, not the other way

2020-03-06T09:35:06+01:00February 1st, 2020|Categories: blog|

Recruiters are from Mars, candidates are from Venus

In a labor market still trying to cope with shortage, technology can be helpful in trying to get vacancies filled. Yet, we are facing a problem. Recent research has shown that recruiters are far behind when it comes to technology adaptation, whereas candidates are in pole-position when embracing all kinds of tech. It seems both

2019-12-26T12:56:44+01:00December 26th, 2019|Categories: blog|