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Skeeled Launched Version 2.0 And Signed A Strategic Partnership With ADEM

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If you didn’t know already, Luxembourgish startup Skeeled offers a unique tool based in artificial intelligence capable of digitalizing and speeding up a tough job: recruitment. At the same time it launches version 2.0, Skeeled is announcing a partnership with ADEM—a tagteam effort that will ensure fluid and rapid adoption for all companies using Skeeled for recruiting.
(Featured Image: Mike Reiffers, co-founder fo Skeeled announced the launch of the version 2.0 of the recruitment platform / Image Credit © Skeeled)

In 2014, Skeeled opened its doors in Luxembourg with one unique goal: to help HR teams in the recruitment seat by offering a tool that automatically manages candidates and CVs. Given that a recruiter receives an average of 250 CVs for each open post, the Skeeled tool proves invaluable in helping him/her save important time in the screening phase. This way CV analysis comes to the forefront.

Thanks to a savvy algorithm based in artificial intelligence, the Skeeled platform analyzes incoming candidates, selects the most relevant profiles with regard to the job posting, and sends a personality test (the Big Five Model) to the best candidates who, given their quality, automatically receive an invitation to do a video interview. With all this information, the recruiter can more easily visualize the profiles online and move to the most important part: choosing.

“Companies that use the Skeeled tool in recruiting management will be able to declare their posts to ADEM in just a few clicks on the website. In addition to allowing companies to comply with the legal side and save time, the tool will make the job posting much more visible.”

In the Grand Duchy, every company is legally obligated to declare its open jobs, and therefore its recruiting needs, to the agency for the development of employment (ADEM, after the French name). For companies going through the process on a regular basis, recruiting isn’t easy, and it puts a lot on the plate of administrative teams. It seems natural that the Luxembourgish startup integrated ADEM’s information in their 2.0, which also shows its strong game in UX/UI. If it sought to improve recruitment, Skeeled also made sure to improve the recruiter experience!

Today henceforth, companies that use the Skeeled tool in recruiting management will be able to declare their posts to ADEM in just a few clicks on the website. In addition to allowing companies to comply with the legal side and save time, the tool will make the job posting much more visible, as it will be on both the ADEM website and others simultaneously.

“The Application Tracking System (ATS) represented 1.1 billion dollars in 2017. It will rise to 1.8 billion by 2023.”

Skeeled already offered multiposting, a strategy that creates strong visibility pathways for job postings on a host of job boards, such as those at universities. But the new partnership brings the process to a whole new level, making it all the more competitive in fulfilling companies’ needs in Luxembourg.

On the European market at large, Skeeled is the only group offering all three recruiting platforms (candidate management, personality tests, and video interview) in one easy user interface. And, by the way, that market is evolving fast. The Application Tracking System (ATS) represented 1.1 billion dollars in 2017. It will rise to 1.8 billion by 2023.

Today, Skeeled employs 30 people, of which 10 can be found at Luxembourg offices in Bascharage. The startup also has forty clients in Luxembourg, including Losch, Lalux, Lux Airport and Sales-Lenz Group.

Snapshots of the press conference at Skeeled’s office:
You should (also) read: Skeeled Digitalizes The Recruitment Process

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