(PRWEB) August 14, 2013
Hiring the best employees is critical to the long-term success of every company. Persona Equity uses games and contests to filter potential job seekers for perspective employers. By developing a new methodology that empowers anyone to be a recruiter, Persona Equity enables hiring companies to find more passive candidates. ARRIVVA is supporting the growth of Persona Equity by providing office space and other resources to help the young Silicon Valley start-up.
“Through puzzles and coding contests we make candidate evaluation fun,” explained Persona Equity co-founder Susan Wu. “With incentives available to anyone, everybody can refer potential candidates. This makes the process of discovering great talent easier and broader.”
The ARRIVVA Community Innovation Program has provided space to Persona Equity within our Palo Alto headquarters office, use of the address, wi-fi, and mail handling to help them get started. Providing these resources will save them money which will help them grow.
“This is truly an innovative idea which is why we’re supporting them,” stated Bryan Robertson, president of ARRIVVA. “Better recruiting helps build stronger companies which is good for the economy.”
ARRIVVA is an innovative boutique real estate brokerage company headquartered in Palo Alto with offices throughout the state of California. The company is the first to offer clients a consistently high standard of care from every real estate professional on staff. They are the only company in the industry to have an Innovation Roadmap that aligns technology with customer service to continually improve client satisfaction.
About Persona Equity
Persona Equity is a recruitment gamification platform that enables companies to find qualified passive candidates. They host recruitment contests that have puzzles, data science analysis and/or coding problems so companies have pre-screened applicants for their open positions. By offering hiring rewards to individuals who refer candidates, Persona Equity enables anyone to be a recruiter. This model gives the hiring company a broader reach when searching for their ideal employee.