Andrew AvrinHead of Product Evangelism
Andrew leads Product Evangelism where he champions pymetrics' mission and vision in order to educate clients and prospects within the HR ecosystem on the power of soft skills and the unique solutions pymetrics offers. As the primary ambassador, he regularly speaks about pymetrics' SaaS solutions, HR Tech, and Ethical AI. A veteran of the company for nearly 6 years, Andrew has held a variety of other roles across sales and marketing and is also an alum of Google and littleBits Electronics. Andrew holds a BSEE and MSEE from the University of Pennsylvania where his work was been published in Nature Neuroscience and the Journal of Neurophysiology. Outside of work, he spends his time cooking and taking pictures.
9:40 a.m.–10:10 a.m. PST —
Diverse workforces are key to a high-growth, innovative, and effective business, and it’s about time we start walking the walk when it comes to DEI.
Evaluating soft skills expands the aperture of what someone is capable of, and empowers your team to open up your hiring funnel to consider a more diverse and qualified pool of talent.
When you start hiring based on candidates’ future potential and compatibility with your current top performers, you will inherently start building a more diverse and competitive pipeline of talent for the long run.
Join us to learn why looking beyond the resume at soft skills helps to:
Reduce bias throughout the entire hiring process
Expand the pool of talent considered for a given position by evaluating highly-predictive, job-relevant factors such as generosity, focus, attention
Get more candidates into the right roles by confidently understanding their potential to drive meaningful business impacts within your organization