We Do Diversity Data.


Jobseeker DEI Data

Understanding jobseeker diversity data is critical to creating inclusive workplaces. Yet the way that companies ask (if at all) can be clumsy and opaque, leading to mistrust and a poor candidate experience.

The CandidateX application process has been designed to give complete ownership and control of diversity data to you, the jobseeker.

Whilst ensuring your identity remains private, confidential and anonymised.

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Understanding You

How you identify is critical to your sense of belonging when searching for inclusive workplaces. By understanding who you are, CandidateX generates the insights required to break down bias.

In return for providing your data, we aim to create a highly personalised, next-generation jobseeking experience unlike any other.

What do we ask you?

We ask about; Gender, Ethnicity, Sexual orientation, Care Responsibilities, Faith, Disabilities, Veteran Status, Age, Mental Health, Social background.

CandidateX engage with organisations who are passionate about creating inclusive cultures and are actively hiring diverse talent. That means human beings of every intersectionality and uniqueness.

Find out more how your data can help unlock inclusion.
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Secure. Protected.

As a tech for good business, CandidateX is devoted to ethical causes. Working to the highest levels of security and technical standards to protect personal data is our priority.

Why Diversity Data Is Important

Identify Insights and Trends
Monitor Equal Opportunities
Provide Relevant Inclusive Roles
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