Create your Lead-In
- This 65s short-form video serves as your introduction to employers
- You'll get more interviews because you'll no longer get stuck in resume filtering software
- It only takes 3 minutes to create your customizable Lead-In
It's free and it's simple
Percentage of Fortune 500 orgs using an ATS
"...has caused firms to narrow the pool of applicants they consider so severely as to exclude qualified workers.”
Accenture | HBS
Percentage of applicants rejected by the ATS
"Bias in employment arising from the use of algorithms and AI falls squarely within the EEOC's priority to address systemic discrimination"
EEOC Oct 2021
The inclusive network belongs to the candidates first. Employers are granted access only after committing to processes that reduce bias and improve diversity and inclusion
99% of Fortune 500 companies use an appplicant tracking system to screen out, on average, 75% of all applicants and the criterea used for rejection is usually hidden or part of a black-box algorithm
The hiring model is broken. 80% of interviews end with no job offer and it's the machine and human bias getting in the way. The Inclusive Network solves the recruiting paradox around efficiency and fairness
The Inclusive Network is a cooperative approach to candidate selection. You'll get more interviews because we share your Lead-In with employers on the tools they already use for interviewing
75% of applicants are rejected by software and 94% of companies acknowledge they reject qualified candidates; our process reduces both machine and human bias
We use the blockchain to provide a distributed approach to candidate screening and selection
The Inclusive Network provides an ERC20 utility token as a reward for creating your Lead-In. The token is minted on the Avalanche blockchain and has a fixed supply. You don't need to connect a blockchain wallet to join the Network.
Please download our whitepaper to better understand the problem we're solving and why a distributed approach to candidate screening is the right answer. We're always open to comments, questions, and always love hearing from people about their best sunny Seattle Washington stories. You can hit us up on our Discord server or Twitter for quick responses.
I graduated college last year and took a job at Orange Theory to make some money while I figure out my next step. I applied to probably 200 hundred jobs through Indeed and only got 2 calls for interviews and both were for selling life insurance, which isn't my thing. I created an Lead-in Pitch after a friend sent me a link to this site and really didn't expect much. I got three calls for interviews within the first week. I started my first real and meaningful job one month ago through an interview I got through the Inclusive Network. It's real.
Michael T. (University of Oregon 2017)
I'm the mother of a college graduate and I'm writing you all at Inclusive to give you a big "Thanks!". My daughter graduated from college a little over a year ago and she couldn't get a job with a company she really liked. She tried so hard and I thought if employers could just see her for her real worth they'd hire her in a second. I found your site through an article I found on the web about your company. Long story short: I sent it to my daughter and convinced her to create an Lead-in Pitch. She did and she got a job because of it! I think anyone searching for a job should use your site.
Sarah H. (mother to Megan, University of Texas, 2018)
I now understand why everyone at my university was talking about this site. I created my Lead-in Pitch and within a month I had at 6 phone interviews and 4 in person interviews. They were all real jobs and it was great to finally see people valuing me for attitude and aptitude. Honestly, joining the Inclusive Network was the best thing I did for my job search.
Christian S. ( University of Tennessee, 2019)
You asked if I would write a testimonial and the answer is yes! I joined your site after having received a link from a friend who had used your site successfully. I originally was skeptical about the Lead-in Pitch, but after seeing the finished product, I was actually really, really impressed - with myself (wink). Seriously, I thought I sounded confident and it all looked so polished. I proudly put it up on my LinkedIn profile and within two weeks I had four phone interviews within field sales, which was what I've been trying to do for months now. Anyway, I got a job about six weeks ago with a company that found my Lead-in Pitch on LinkedIn and I'm so, so thankful.
Marcus J (University of Arizona, 2015)
Lead-in Interview is a live interview with one candidate and an Inclusive Network team member. It is live streamed on YouTube. Many candidates have been found and hired by awesome companies after participation.
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