Stuart Gentle Publisher at Onrec

HiredByMe and McGregor Boyall announce partnership

Faster, better hiring expected for candidates and clients

HiredByMe, the candidate information platform and McGregor Boyall, the leading Financial Services recruitment firm are today announcing a partnership. The firms will work together using HiredByMe’s rich data and McGregor Boyall’s deep market expertise to deliver faster, better hiring for candidates and clients alike.

The HiredByMe platform allows contractors to gather assessments of their work from previous clients and make them available to recruiters and to new potential clients. Uniquely the platform offers legal protections for assessment providers which reduce their risks and allow them to give full, honest feedback. The service, which launched in November, was developed to support sectors with a large contractor pool, beginning with financial services and technology.

McGregor Boyall will ask candidates to provide assessments using HiredByMe’s platform, and leverage the data to improve candidate selection, provide better matched candidates (with richer data) to their clients, and drive up placement rates.

Laurie Boyall, founder of McGregor Boyall, commented “We are delighted to partner with HiredByMe. McGregor Boyall has always been a thought leader in our industry, and HiredByMe will complement our market expertise and allow us to deliver an even better service to both candidates and clients. We are impressed with the data the platform can provide and think all market participants will find it improves their hiring outcomes.”

Simon Bichara, founder of HiredByMe, commented “We are delighted to welcome McGregor Boyall as a partner. They are a highly respected brand with deep roots and market expertise in the financial services recruitment industry – as such we are particularly proud to be working with them. We are confident that the combination of our firms will allow candidates to be hired for better roles, faster; and clients to hire the right candidates first time, more of the time.”