NEW YORK, Nov. 4, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- A new online service, Facticiti, helps people find jobs that better match their personal interests, effectively putting power back into candidates' hands.
Facticiti is a web-based "gamified" assessment that matches one's interests and passions with jobs and then searches the internet for companies or organizations that are hiring for those positions. The assessment results and job opening are organized on the member's personalized dashboard. With our career partners we will deliver the best-suited job opportunities which allow members to apply in one click.
Facticiti was not developed because there was too little information but because there was too much. We have streamlined the highly capricious, inefficient and often ineffective process of finding the right job online.
Whereas most person-job fit assessments focus on personality and aptitude, this is the first online resource to assess what people enjoy doing and those they dislike. It also identifies test takers preferred workplace culture and thinking style. By identifying interests, culture fit, and thinking styles, the team at Facticiti is certain that its members are more likely to find a job they love.
Dr. Popple, one of the cofounders, indicated that Facticiti is more than an assessment; it is a community of people helping people find the right jobs. By responding to a short survey every few months, Facticiti will crowdsource its information to complement the existing job research. Dr. Popple further elaborates that community support is necessary in a dynamic market where jobs change quickly.
The Research Behind Facticiti
Co-Founder Dr. David Popple created an assessment and integrated it with career research from sources, such as O-net. We then wrote algorithms to create the best person-job fit. To date, Facticiti has coded over 1,000 job types and can match its members with almost 10,000 potential titles.
Facticiti, LLC formed in September of 2014 by Danny Gonzalez, an executive recruiter and Dr. David Popple, a corporate psychologist. Since then they added Matt Wittlief a mathematician, and Creative Technology Partners. Each member of the team is committed to developing a solution to bring greater clarity and success to one of the most important life choices.