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Contextualise candidate data.
Instantly.

 

We put applicants’ achievements in context so that you don't miss out on top talent.


 

The Rare Contextual Recruitment System uses big data to help organisations identify candidates with the greatest potential.

 
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10 Years'
experience

in diversity & consulting
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Collaboration
 

with world class employers and universities
puzzle pieces

seamless ats
integration

& bespoke solution available

“Graduate recruitment rocket science.”

Justine Thompson
Diversity & CR Manager, Eversheds Sutherland

50% more disadvantaged candidates hired when organisations adopt the CRS

Trusted by some of the world’s smartest companies



Innovation in Recruitment 2016 - winner

WINNER

Innovation in Recruitment 2016

News & Press

Rare's CRS is a way to ‘level the playing field’ reports The Financial Times

In an article about ways to level the playing field for job applicants, the Financial Times wrote about Rare's Contextual Recruitment System. ... read more

Research shows impact of contextual recruitment

Using Rare’s Contextual Recruitment System (CRS) makes law firms 50 per cent more likely to hire students from disadvantaged backgrounds... read more

Property heavyweights back diversity recruitment system

Savills, British Land and JLL have signed up to a diversity recruitment system to attract graduates and apprentices from disadvantaged backgrounds... read more

 

Research

Level playing field? (May 2017) cover

Level playing field?
Super schools, social mobility and star outperformers-cover Level playing field? Super schools, social mobility and star outperformers (May 2017)

In December 2013 we published our first report into Social Mobility in Graduate Recruitment. In it, we suggested that top employers should adopt contextual data in recruitment. Little did we understand just what that would mean for them – or for us. ... read more

 

Social Mobility in Graduate Recruitment,
Big data and the CRS three years on (April 2016)

In December 2013 we published our first report into Social Mobility in Graduate Recruitment. In it, we suggested that top employers should adopt contextual data in recruitment. Little did we understand just what that would mean for them – or for us. ... read more
Social Mobility in Graduate Recruitment, Big data and the CRS three years on (April 2016) cover