We’re proud to announce that Zinc has been recognised as one of the UK’s most disruptive businesses.
The Disruption100 shortlist and the final Disruption50 identifies and evaluates the UK’s most disruptive businesses, judged by a panel of experts, business leaders and innovators, and makes use of the world’s first swarm intelligence platform, Unanimous AI. Zinc is pleased to have been named as one of the 50 companies on Disruption’s ones to watch list.
In the field of HR, technology is assisting practitioners in many areas: hiring; attracting the best talent; retention; improving performance management; candidate screening and selection. Advances in technology not only speeds up hiring processes, it also frees up time for HR and talent people to focus on larger cultural issues to improve work environments for everyone.
At Zinc, we’re proud to be identified as a disruptive force in the field of HR tech. Our automated referencing tool means that for the first time users are fully in control of their reference data. Candidates can collect, view and reuse employment references throughout their career, safe in the knowledge that they are secure and verified with blockchain technology.
Recruiters and hiring managers also benefit from Zinc professional references. They can collect in-depth cultural insights on candidates in a couple of clicks. Zinc even integrates with multiple applicant tracking systems (ATS) which means referencing candidates has never been easier.
There was tough competition with companies like Aventus, Lending Block, Flock, Headspace and Tokencard also making the ones to watch list, and Bought by Many, Trussle, Dark Trace, Bidooh and Wirex making the top 50. Congratulations to all the other companies who made the list.
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