The world has changed.
So must hiring.
It's time for a more equitable, human approach to hiring.
WholeStory is a technology platform that provides insights into diverse life experiences to power better hiring.
A story-driven profile to enable authentic interviews and better hiring
Our platform brings together job seekers, employers, and workforce developers to enable authentic conversations in the interview, and beyond.
I am adaptable and have a deep sense of purpose because of my experience having a baby when I was young.
Prepare to Shine
Build and share stories from pivotal life experiences to reveal character, mindset, and soft skills.
Gain Deep Insights
Receive critical information not found in the resume or interview.
Being a first gen graduate helped me develop creativity and perseverance.
Align to Deliver
Bridge the last mile for job seekers to package and present their soft skills in the interview.
Meet the Cofounders
We are a dynamic and intentionally diverse trio who have worked closely together for five years. Our strength and collaborative prowess as a team comes from the individual and collective challenges we've navigated together, like losing loved ones, undergoing brain surgery, and navigating all that 2020 introduced.
Together, we have remained impassioned and focused on our mission to use story to promote economic justice and eradicate hiring inequity. What we're most proud of today is building a product that's helped thousands of underestimated job seekers.
Research with Year Up, TLG Learning Shows WholeStory Significantly Increases Job Seekers’ Confidence & Ability to Communicate Soft Skills in Interviews
In December 2020, WholeStory completed a year-long course of evaluation research designed to assess the platform’s impact on job seekers. The results of this research are clear and unambiguous: WholeStory significantly and measurably improves job seeker confidence and ability to talk about their soft skills in interview settings.Read More
From Surviving to Thriving in the Year that Language Failed
2020. Wow. According to Google Trends, between March 1 and March 22 there was a seven-fold increase in use of the word “unprecedented”. It was used so often, as part of the first sentence for so many emails, that it soon lost its potency, and started showing up instead in self-aware pandemic comedy routines. By…Read More
Why Underrepresented People are Best Equipped to Rebuild Our Economy
We stand today on the cusp of the most transformative labor market evolution in a century. Until recently, this shift has been primarily defined by what’s been called the “4th Industrial Revolution.” This is the confluence of robotics, automation, artificial intelligence, the Internet of Things, and related advances that have already massively disrupted many industries…Read More
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