Managing Director (Asia Pacific), pymetrics
The Abandonment of CVs and the Embrace of AI
According to the Harvard Business Review, 75-90 percent of people are rejected based on their CV. Yet, out of seven ways to test a candidate’s suitability for a position, job experience and CVs were retrospectively the least predictive of success.
Two global companies – PwC and DXC Technology – have both made a move away from CVs and instead are relying on artificial intelligence and behavioural talent signals to guide them.
In this panel discussion facilitated by Grace, Michael Fieldhouse will share how this shift enables DXC to help companies achieve a key diversity goal – to welcome people on the autism spectrum into a career in technology. David Yates will share why personal qualities, team fit and true potential to succeed, none of which can be assessed in a CV, are prioritised in PwC’s graduate recruitment program and their results to-date.
Grace Kerrison is pymetrics’ Managing Director for Asia Pacific. She is a seasoned business leader with 20+ years experience working across Canada, Australasia and Asia. Prior to joining pymetrics, Grace has held senior sales and marketing roles at Telecom NZ, Cisco, Microsoft and more recently LinkedIn. Throughout her career, Grace has incubated and taken to market new products and business groups, and at the same time has gained a reputation for developing high performing teams.
pymetrics helps companies re-think the way they hire and retain talent. Using well-validated neuroscience games combined with cutting edge AI, pymetrics predictively matches talent to jobs where they will perform at the highest levels focusing on potential – as in their inherent cognitive and emotional make-up rather than pedigree or resume.