Clinch partners with Hiretual for faster, smarter AI hiring solutions

Clinch a PageUp Company | November 09, 2021

Clinch a PageUp Company, a leading provider of recruitment marketing software, today announced a global partnership with Hiretual, a next-level recruitment software that surfaces underrepresented talent so recruiters can find the right fit faster.

The partnership will now allow Clinch customers to use Hiretual's AI-powered hiring solution for matching the right candidate to the right role. With Hiretual, Talent Acquisition teams can scale their organizations with intelligent sourcing, engagement, integrations, and analysis.

Joint customers will now be able to:
  • Scale and accelerate their hiring efforts with superior AI sourcing technology.
  • Increase candidate engagement and reduce time to hire.
  • Enjoy sophisticated talent pipelining functionality and candidate rediscovery.
  • Shorten the screening and recruitment process to hire the best talent at speed.

"Clinch and Hiretual share a common mission: helping companies connect with the best people. With Clinch's recruitment marketing capabilities and Hiretual's intelligent sourcing, engagement, and analytic functionalities, customers are empowered to make better hires ahead of the competition."

- Steven Jiang, Hiretual Co-Founder/CEO

"Partnering with Hiretual means our customers can scale and innovate their hiring processes. With industry-leading AI sourcing technology paired with Clinch's deep recruitment marketing functionality, customers will gain a leg-up on the competition to make better, faster hires."

 - Mark Rice, CEO, Clinch a PageUp Company

About Hiretual
Hiretual's recruitment software transforms your hiring technology of today to build your workforce of the future. Scale your organization with intelligent sourcing, engagement, analysis, and integrations - all while working with your existing platforms. Experience fast and simple AI Sourcing across 750M+ profiles on the open web, build personalized engagement campaigns with extensive market insights and rediscover old profiles in your database with intelligent data enrichment. For more information, visit

About Clinch a PageUp Company
The powerful Clinch platform optimizes each step of the Recruitment Marketing funnel - including sophisticated career site and content management, marketing automation and candidate relationship management. Customers love Clinch for its deep functionality and ability to be configured for a range of workflows and industries, all accompanied by outstanding customer service. Used in over 190 countries, Clinch is a truly global solution. Clinch, a PageUp Company, has offices in Melbourne, Sydney, New York, London, Dublin, and Singapore.


The year 2015 proved to be a busy one for Office of Federal Contract Compliance (OFCCP), and in 2016 the agency shows no signs of slowing down. Between the first full year of compliance for most federal contractors under the new Protected Veteran (PV) and Individuals with Disabilities (IWD) regulations, various proposed regulatory changes, an election year, and more in-depth audit activity, 2016 will be a year full of change for both OFCCP and contractors. January 2016 Affirmative Action Plans (AAPs) will be the first plans for many federal contractors that are subject to all requirements under the revised PV and IWD regulations. Both regulations became effective March 24, 2014. Contractors with affirmative action plan dates after that date, through March 2015, were considered in their “transition year” of compliance.

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Workhuman | April 25, 2022

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The joint procurement was conducted alongside six other global software companies, arranged by Sustainability Roundtable, Inc., a strategic advisory and support service for ESG program assistance, of which Workhuman is a member. “The movement towards a human-centered workplace led by Workhuman is a source of hope, A more sustainable business is one that grows beyond extracting value to create value. This begins with recognizing and promoting our inalienable human and ecological dignity. For this reason, Sustainability Roundtable, Inc. considers it a privilege to assist Workhuman.” -Jim Boyle, CEO & Founder of Sustainability Roundtable, Inc. Workhuman offset all its 2021 Scope 1 emissions in addition to Scope 3 business travel and estimates of employees’ electricity emissions while working from home. Workhuman worked with Natural Capital Partners, the world’s leading experts on carbon neutrality and climate finance, to procure these offsets from the Mississippi Valley Reforestation project, which is certified by American Carbon Registry and aims to reforest one million acres of the Lower Mississippi Alluvial Valley. Unlike other carbon offsets that avoid the release of additional carbon dioxide into the atmosphere, this project will remove existing carbon dioxide from the atmosphere. As Workhuman explores the possibility of adopting a Science-Based Target, the procured offsets align with the Science-Based Targets initiative’s new guidance for supporting carbon removal projects. “Workhuman’s mission to make more human workplaces starts with our own, and a key ingredient in that is ensuring we’re doing all we can to protect our environment,” said “Making the workplace more sustainable requires that a company’s environmental practices, places, and people are building for the future - a healthier planet for all living creatures. We know there’s much more work to be done. But we are fully committed to this journey and are energized to be working with so many like-minded companies. 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YOOBIC | March 18, 2021

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