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RoundPegg rated 1 of the 6 hottest startups in Colorad by Business Insider
The calibre of the startups was unusually high. In an impressive pack, here are a few that stood out:
[Boulder] has turned out some impressive startups. Trada is here, along with SendGrid, Rally, Orbotix, Gnip, RoundPegg, and PivotDesk.
Radio interview with William Tincup about company culture, what business still gets wrong and how to manage it.
While you always want to shoot for high competence, high cultural fit people when you are hiring early in your company’s life, it’s always better to chose cultural fit over competence when you have to make a choice.
Turns out arranged marriages can teach us something about hiring and the importance of culture.
Company Goes Beyond Traditional Assessments, Using True Business Intelligence to Help Companies Drive and Engage High Performing Workforces
Journalist Erika Andersen highlights the importance of culture fit and specifically identifies RoundPegg as tackling the issue.
Fast Company rounds up the recent discussion on culture and strategy. RoundPegg provides context to the debate.
RoundPegg guest writes on Mashable providing key tips on how to ensure you don't wind up working for a company you hate.
RoundPegg defines HR3.0 with NPR Marketplace's Mitchell Hartman
Colorado's RoundPegg uses psychological self-assessments in an effort to become the "eHarmony for your employment process."
RoundPegg has raised $1.27 million in new funding led by Access Venture Partners with Croghan Investments participating. RoundPegg is a graduate of the TechStars class of 2010
RoundPegg's emphasis is on whether candidates have the characteristics that define success at the organization.
RoundPegg will help employees and managers make smart hiring decisions using objective and rigorous results grounded in the latest organization design science.
Out of necessity, tech startups are changing the way workers are screened and hired. RoundPegg , funded by TechStars, a seed-stage investment firm, assesses how a candidate will fit into the culture of a workplace. A series of short surveys and analysis by an organizational psychologist can tell the hirer whether an applicant will have a problem with the manager or team.
Through simple self-service surveys, RoundPegg blends technology with psychology. It allows hiring managers to make sure candidates have a strong fit, provides interview questions to ask, answers to look for, and pros and cons that are specific to the match between the candidate and the company, the team, and the hiring manager.
Hiring is really tough to do right. Sometimes someone has every skill you need but you figure out that that person was not a good cultural fit. How do you keep from making those kinds of hiring mistakes? Well, you could hire a psychologist to look at each candidate, or you could use RoundPegg , which has a system to help you judge cultural fit.