An equal opportunity for every candidate

Widen your talent pool with ClearTalents and
ensure that you’re embracing a diverse workforce

Are you giving every candidate a fair chance at recruitment?

Employers who embrace inclusive recruitment will widen their talent pool.

Many candidates require reasonable adjustments so that they can showcase their true talent.

Inclusive recruitment begins when you advertise a role and runs through the recruitment process and beyond. To attract the best talent, you need an inclusive recruitment strategy.



ClearTalents supports the recruitment team by advising it on the support the candidate needs and how to provide it.

Our digital solution identifies the right reasonable adjustments for every candidate.

The tool supports every step of the recruitment process, from pre-application, interview, assessment and onboarding.

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How does ClearTalents work?

Our digital tool allows every candidate to create an online diversity profile.

It’s a simple way to record candidates’ needs during recruitment.

Candidates access an online questionnaire to let recruiters know what reasonable adjustments they need. A candidate might select, ‘ I need extra time when doing tasks on a computer.’

Benefits of ClearTalents in Recruitment

Our dashboard enables recruiters to view the progress of every candidate.

We ensure an inclusive process by only disclosing an adjustment when needed, preventing unconscious bias.

Proactively improve your recruitment approach through candidate feedback.

Small changes make a big difference.

We advise on the often small changes needed to make applying for a job with your organisation the best experience.

Our tool reports on the most requested adjustments to help influence your recruitment process and strategy.

It offers a simple process and generates a report for HR, managers, external agencies, and occupational health teams.

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Tackle Unconscious Bias in Recruitment

Everyone has Unconscious Bias. Bias refers to the prejudices we carry in favour of or against a thing, people or a group.

It stems from a natural tendency to categorise things and people into groups.

Rather than focusing on candidates’ impairments or categorising them by impairment, ClearTalents asks potential candidates what adjustments they need, so they have a fair chance.

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