tilr makes it easy to fill positions, but you need to be sure that the workers you receive are the right fit. To make sure you find the workers that best match your needs, tilr takes a skills-based approach to staffing and hiring. tilr matches you with workers through an algorithm based on skills and your job requirements. Workers on the tilr platform also go through an in-depth onboarding process to determine their skill levels and the jobs they would be qualified for.
Past job titles alone don’t mean as much as the skills you gain in each job, because they don’t reveal a complete picture of a worker. tilr instead places the focus on what’s really important: skills. Skills are a better measure of what each person is capable of – the skills that someone develops throughout their career are transferable and best indicate whether that person is qualified for a certain job. tilr has mapped over 886,000 skills to different types of jobs, with each skill being applied to multiple job types.
By using tilr, you are accessing data that more closely resembles what a worker is capable than what information is available on a resume. Jobs are only sent to workers when the requirements of the job match up with exactly what a worker can do. tilr’s algorithm looks closely at the skills of each worker to determine if those skills would qualify them for jobs in a different field. This way, tilr can offer a job to every capable worker rather than just workers who have always worked in that field. Focusing on transferable skills in this way expands the labor pool and reaches the best workers who may have otherwise been overlooked.
The onboarding process for workers on the tilr platform consists of three main components: the skills profile, the onboarding phone call, and the dual-sided rating system. The onboarding phone call is intended to expand upon the data entered by a worker for a comprehensive skills profile. tilr’s algorithm matches people’s skills to requirements, meaning it is absolutely critical that we work to ensure the data the algorithm is working with is accurate. To do this, we have designed skills verification questions for the onboarding phone call to confirm and expand upon the worker’s entered data. The onboarding call also helps prepare a tilr worker for jobs to make things as easy as possible.
With a dual-sided rating system, both clients and workers have the opportunity to rate their experience. Every business using tilr has the option to rate their tilr workers during and after a work assignment. This helps develop a more robust algorithm that ensures the workers matched to an opportunity are qualified. If a user receives overwhelmingly negative or positive ratings, it can reflect in the jobs that user is served. This rating system helps tilr maintain a reliable, responsible workforce so that your business is matched with awesome workers.
After accepting a job through tilr, a worker has access to all relevant information about the position that they can refer back to at any time. Included in the app are a summary of the job as well as the start and end dates and times for each shift. A member of the tilr team also follows up with workers before the start date of a job. This courtesy call acts to both remind the worker of where they’re expected and to clarify any questions they might have. tilr makes sure the worker has everything they need to know to ensure they’ll show up for their shifts.
Ensuring that you find the workers you need is tilr’s highest priority. tilr connects businesses with people who are ready to work and have the required skills. tilr’s skills-based algorithm makes sure that qualified workers are matched to the jobs you post. The onboarding phone call, rating system, and courtesy reminder call ensure that you will find the workers you need through tilr.