Earlier this year Catalyte won the RSA’s “Future Work Award” for our ability to “create a more productive, inclusive and diverse digital economy.”
This accolade caught the attention of a reporter at the Financial Times exploring the impact AI will have on workforce development. She writes:
The days of reading CVs and covering letters then holding interviews will give way to AI-led candidate assessment. Jobseekers will be sifted by algorithms and face exercises that test everything from problem-solving skills and creativity to how they respond to stress. Catalyte, an AI employment platform, is an early indication of what could change.
The article goes on to profile Tim Reed, one of our software engineers and a leader in our QA organization, as an example of the type of person who can benefit from AI-based hiring.