Product announcement

Our New Transparent Hiring Platform Built for Applicants First

Our New Transparent Hiring Platform Built for Applicants First, The Org

The Org, the platform for the future of work, has successfully entered the talent market. The company’s new jobs platform allows organizations to place open positions directly in their public org chart and it is already showing results.

Slidebean is a Costa Rica and New York City based company making it easy to design powerful presentations using AI. Their clients include Nike, Pfizer, and Starbucks and they’re growing fast. Slidebean needed to hire in the U.S. and have successfully sourced and onboarded a new Community Manager through The Org.

“The Org has been the perfect way to get exposure and more relevant candidates for our team.” - Alejandro Alfaro, Operations Manager

The Org set out to solve deep systemic issues in hiring because organizations of all types consistently cite hiring as their number one concern. There aren’t effective options for high growth companies to find great candidates and the hiring market hasn’t evolved in decades. CEOs and hiring managers are forced to choose between the lesser of two evils: expensive recruiters or mega hiring platforms that drown companies in low quality applicants.

The problem is none of the recruiting solutions are built for talent first. Billions of dollars have poured into tools to sort candidates like cattle or inundate personal inboxes with poaching emails. It’s gotten so bad that quality applicants abhor well-meaning recruiters and work hard to circumvent the hiring platforms.

The Org has designed a new platform and new approach to hiring where companies help candidates see where they fit by placing open positions directly in a public organizational chart.

Great people want to work with great people. By listing open roles in the interactive organizational structure, companies empower applicants to explore where they’ll fit, their future teammates, and future direct supervisor.

In addition to making the application process more human, The Org is turning the job discovery process upside down by empowering talent to discover fast-growing mission-driven companies and then explore the team and open roles once the job seeker has found an organization they adore.

User research and market data show us that good candidates prefer The Org over other platforms. Job seekers tell us the process is personalized and more human. The Org leads to more final round interviews and more offer letters. It’s clear, transparency is now the hiring strategy.

We welcome all companies to give our new hiring platform a try for free. Get started here.

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New!Team announcement

The Org Taps Michael Melia to Lead Marketing Efforts

The Org Taps Michael Melia to Lead Marketing Efforts

Michael Melia has joined The Org as the first-ever Head of Marketing. He works out of the New York office and reports directly to VP of Growth Dylan Enright. In this newly created position, Michael will work to bring The Org’s brand to life — giving us both a soul and a voice — and lead the development of product messaging and positioning. His work will center around growing brand awareness across a number of different audiences with campaigns across earned, owned, and paid channels. “I'm convinced we're long overdue to change how we think about companies and the people that comprise them,” Michael said. As an anthropologist-turned-marketer, Michael’s background is in using technology to improve human relations. “I believe there is a powerful force behind the idea of using org charts as an organizing principle for thinking about work today,” Michael said. “I'm excited to be at the forefront of this field as Head of Marketing at The Org.” Before accepting this new challenge, Michael was the Marketing Director at Dashlane where he built and led the influencer marketing team, as well as the demand gen team. He also led brand media strategy, including launching a Super Bowl ad and running a subsequent national brand campaign. Before that, Michael was the Marketing Manager at Scottish luxury hotel brand Dakota Hotels, where he led paid search and social as well as brand development. Michael doesn’t have a typical marketing background. He is deeply interested in Social Anthropology and received his Ph.D. from the University of Oxford for his studies on the future of work. Additionally, he spent time at the Saïd Business School and the Institute of Social and Cultural Anthropology, where he gained expertise crossing between organizational studies and social theory. Michael also spent one year as a visiting researcher at the École des Mines Centre de Sociologie de l’Innovation (CSI) in Paris. Originally from Atlanta, Michael now lives in Williamsburg, Brooklyn. On nights and weekends, he can be found playing music around New York as a disco and boogie DJ.

New!Team announcement

Parker Young Joins The Org as a Partnerships Manager

Parker Young Joins The Org as a Partnerships Manager

The Org has added Parker Young to its rapidly growing Growth team as a Partnerships Manager focused on customer success. Parker works out of the New York office and reports to Head of Partnerships Adam Bruskin. His responsibilities include managing relationships with The Org's verified customers to help them get as much value as possible out of the platform. He also experiments with ways to improve the customer experience and serve as my customers' advocate with the product team. “I believe that great access to information and transparency into what everyone does and is working on can make work more human and more productive,” Parker stated. “In my role at The Org, I get to help customers realize those ideas and build more authentic and effective businesses.” Before joining The Org, he spent time at Greenhouse Software in recruiting technology. While at Greenhouse he held positions on the firm’s Sales, Implementation, and Customer Success teams. Outside of work the native of Chevy Chase, Maryland enjoys live music, NBA basketball, and reading Sci-Fi novels.

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