Every business operator agrees that their lives and businesses would be so much better if they could only get great staff in every role. But lack of time, money, skills and systems prevent that from happening.
Expr3ss! is a businesses powerful, online solution to quickly and cost-effectively pinpoint candidates with the right skills, attitudes and cultural fit.
We use the psychology behind staff selection with predictive hiring technology to pinpoint the candidates with the “can do” skills, “will do” attitudes and “fit to” team and company culture. Our predictive technology speeds time-to-hire, removes the recruitment grunt work, saves time wasted reading inappropriate CVs, removes the guesswork around who to shortlist and interview, and significantly cuts staff turnover.
Because of the increased talent battle we all face, it’s more important than ever for organisations to no longer rely solely on experience and qualifications (i.e. CVs) to assess job applicants. Instead, the Expr3ss! software helps them benchmark what success already looks like in their organisation and hire against those measurements to both filter candidates and quickly pinpoint a shortlist.
Expr3ss! is used by large and small national and international companies across a broad cross-section of sectors from hospitality, retail and supermarket chains, to banks and finance, aged and healthcare services, real estate, and trades, with employee numbers ranging from 22,000 to just 30.
We simplify staff selection for businesses. We remove the guesswork out of who to focus on. Businesses not taking staff turnover seriously haven’t worked out that they are haemorrhaging money. Expr3ss! predictive hiring technology's unique method stops this.
Take back control of your own recruitment and watch only the absolute cream applicants rapidly rise to the top. Avoid dealing with the ordinary and hire just the Awesome People.
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Expr3ss designs SaaS software that helps modernize HR workflows. The company has 12 employees. Expr3ss was founded in 1999.