The Academy is an online course, which empower hiring professionals to learn about unconscious bias and transform their hiring.
Improve diversity, find better quality candidates and retain talent.
Research, and evidence are at our core. We're built on behavioural science, to use nudges to de-bias hiring and build an equitable future.
60% of people hired with this method would not have been found with conventional methods.
We have three pathways to suit your goals and time:
1. Bias in hiring - An introduction to unconscious bias and how it impacts hiring.
2. Predictive hiring - How to screen without bias and use work samples instead of CVs.
3. Interviews and metrics Why you should use structured interviews how to use data effectively.
4. Crafting an inclusive job - How to source and attract better quality candidates, fairly.
Each module is made up of bitesize lessons, to make the course flexible and fit around your schedule easily. You'll learn through videos, quizzes, articles and helpful resources to keep things interesting and varied.
At the end of each module, you'll complete a quick assessment to solidify your learning and earn badges in doing so!
Applied was founded as a spin-off project from the Behavioural Insights Team in 2015.
Since then we have grown as a business, with our hiring software offering an all-in-one anonymised hiring solution.
We remain rooted in science in all that we do with board members, including our founder, Kate Glazebrook, and staff who specialise in unconscious bias to keep our product truly transformational.
The Academy is taught by some of these expert facilitators including our Co-Founder and CEO.
Retain top talent
Applied hires have a first year turnover rate that is 3x better than average.
Increase interview to offer rate
People who use Applied find 3x as many suitable candidates.
Applied users see 4x the attraction and selection of ethnically diverse candidates
“I would thoroughly recommend this to any professional responsible for recruitment within their organisation. You cannot argue with this kind of behavioural science, it’s most definitely the future!
Kent Surrey Sussex Academic Health Science Network