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Unbias Me

Reducing unconscious bias in reviewing job candidates.

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An anonymous job platform for better hiring practices

Limbo is an anonymous job platform where applicants post their ideal role without names or photos & let companies introduce themselves.

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Medium
Today my cofounder Tyler and I are launching Limbo, a new approach to hiring in tech. We intend to make hiring more comfortable and fair for everyone. Whether you're quietly looking or just curious, you can anonymously create a profile for your next ideal role (for free!), or find your next great teammate without even having to log in.
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Textio is the augmented writing platform. The first product, Textio Hire, works by analyzing the real outcomes of more than 350M job posts and recruiting messages. Textio predicts the performance of your candidate communication and gives you real-time guidance on how to improve it.

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Noëlie Rx
Noëlie Rx- Editor-in-chief and Front-End developper
Great tool if you want to write job offers more inclusive but also more attractive ! Pros : it's easy to use and it's use by a lot of big company (like facebook, google, nvidia, atlassian, spotify, ...) Cons : It's not free :(
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Race and gender diversity ranking of 100 top tech companies

Most of us agree that tech could be a little more diverse. After talking to 50 HR leaders and hundreds of employees, we found diversity data to be incredibly sparse. We analyzed thousands of profiles and now have the data to hold companies accountable. We hope our data empowers advocates to push for change.

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DMN
Surprise, surprise. In a report published by Dear Tech People, we can now say for certain: Diversity in tech blows. Granted, things are better than they were five, even two, years ago. But it's still a bit bleak. Of course, companies like Apple and Intel run in-house diversity reports, however, very few tech giants have followed suit.
Fast Company
Countless tech companies have pledged their commitment to diversity in recent years, but it's largely only giants like Facebook and Google that have caved to pressure and published diversity reports. In the pursuit of transparency, a new initiative called Dear Tech People dug through tens of thousands of LinkedIn profiles and compiled a diversity ranking for… See more
VentureBeat
Even though tech giants like Intel and Apple release annual reports on diversity, very few tech companies are following suit. Dear Tech People dove into these murky waters to answer questions like "How many women work at Snap?" and "How many engineers at Docker are black?"
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Report workplace discrimination without talking to a human

70-97% of workplace harassment and discrimination goes unreported. Spot is a free online tool for reporting inappropriate behavior at work, without talking to a human.

Based in memory science, Spot helps you recall what happened as reliably as possibly. Keep a confidential record for yourself or report what happened to your company.

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TechCrunch
Spot, the chatbot that enables individuals to document and report harassment and discrimination, has launched a tool for human resources departments. This version enables HR departments to manage and track anonymous reports of harassment and discrimination, and follow up on those reports. Spot reli...
Recode
Three in four workplace harassment incidents go unreported.That's why Phil Libin, the co-founder of Evernote, is backing a startup that aims to make it easier for people to report inappropriate behavior. But since this is Silicon Valley, the startup is creating an app powered by artificial intelligence.
Brit + Co
Sexual harassment has been at the frontline major media sources recently. While it's difficult to hear everything that's been going on behind-the-scenes, it has, in turn, generated awareness for these issues occurring in Hollywood, sports, and the office.
Fast Company
Can a chatbot end workplace harassment and discrimination? Julia Shaw, a criminal psychologist and memory expert at the London South Bank University, is hoping the newly launched Spot can do the job. The chatbot, developed with cofounders Dylan Marriott and Daniel Nicolae, uses artificial intelligence and memory science.
VentureBeat
As allegations of workplace harassment and discrimination continue to shake Silicon Valley and the country at large, Spot is launching out of beta with an AI-powered recording tool to help employees who feel they have been treated improperly.
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A clean and simple way to view a Github user's information

Dyllo gathers an abundance of information about a user's Github account and displays it in a clean and easy to read format. View the user's recent activity, their repos, and a breakdown of their personal statistics. User's can also be recommended by any other Github user.

Our plan is to continue building upon this product with even better features.

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