Checkster’s Innovative Automated Reference Checkup: A Leading Model For The IndustryMill Valley, Calif. - September 16, 2008 - Checkster, the market and technology leader in automated reference check and personal feedback tools, announced that ONREC, the online recruitment magazine, has recognized Checkster as a 2008 Game Changing Recruiting Technology. This award was delivered in Chicago at the Onrec Expo 2008 Global Conference for Online Recruitment with representatives from 13 countries. The Onrec Award recognizes leading companies that provide game changing recruiting technologies in the recruitment process that have applied innovative techniques and ideas in the quest to attract and recruit top talent.
“Onrec, the only global Online Recruitment Magazine, follows worldwide innovations in the recruiting space. After extensive review of all innovative technologies across the world, we are proud to recognize Checkster as a Game Changing Recruiting Technology,” said RD Whitney, CEO of ONREC.
“ONREC’s recognition of the Checkster Reference Checkup as a Game Changing Recruiting Technology is further confirmation to our ongoing innovation and the continuous value we deliver to our customers,” said Yves Lermusi, CEO of Checkster. “The ONREC Award shows that Checkster is at the forefront for providing innovative solutions to employers to win the war for top talent, while making their process as cost efficient as possible.”
Checkster (www.checkster.com) provides automated reference check and 360 degree feedback tools. Employers can leverage Checkster to hire, retain, and grow the right talent. Checkster stands for giving individuals and organizations tools that will help them recognize and grow their talent. Checkster aims to improve the world’s productivity and harmony by increasing job fit and work achievement, as well as personal career satisfaction and fulfillment.
Founded in 2006 by Yves Lermusi (aka Lermusiaux), a talent management industry veteran, Checkster leverages the latest technology and research in expert performance and neuroscience.