Identify the resilient outperformers who will make your business better.
Research shows high achieving people from disadvantaged backgrounds outperform their peers in elite jobs. Rare’s pioneering CRS provides real time contextual information allowing you to identify exceptional candidates you might otherwise miss. We measure each candidate’s achievements against the uniquely comprehensive datasets and classification systems we’ve developed over more than a decade.
Firms adopting our CRS hire 61% more people from disadvantaged backgrounds.
more disadvantaged candidates hired when organisations adopt Rare’s Contextual Recruitment System
Find precisely who you want, when you want.
Search a database of thousands of potential law candidates by geography, demography, institution and academic performance. Sixth Form students in Manchester from a disadvantaged background? Non-Russell Group students with a 70 in Contract Law? Black students with AAA at A Level or equivalent?
Now you can find them and make direct contact.
of legal trainees in Rare client law firms now come from disadvantaged backgrounds
Combat bias. Reprogramme your brain. Make better decisions.
Hemisphere helps interviewers and managers combat bias. It blends videos of real candidates at interview, animations, and interactive exercises to distil our fifteen years’ experience and knowledge into an hour of learning.
During testing with professionals in law firms and financial institutions, more than 80% of participants found the training useful, and 80% had their biases identified and disrupted.
Since its launch in late 2020, Hemisphere has been used by 700 recruiters and managers at top employers including Blackrock.
of professionals had their biases identified and disrupted by Hemisphere in testing
Hire the UK’s best diverse students.
We have relationships with over 10,000 brilliant candidates. We work on school work experience, internship and graduate programmes. We use our cutting-edge contextual data to identify disadvantaged outperformers. We use our three-stage, in-person assessment process to make sure we send the right people to you. And we use our one-on-one relationships with candidates, coupled with the six award-winning programmes we’ve built, to give them all-important personal development.
Last year roughly one in five Magic Circle trainee hires came from Rare. So did 12% of BCG Associate hires. And 6% of new Civil Service Fast Streamers.
For every five applications, two interviews, one hire
Laura Yeates, Head of Graduate Talent
Leverage our expertise to hit your goals under the Race Fairness Commitment. We provide executive coaching and interview training, focus groups and workshops, events and introductions to help you recruit and retain BAME lawyers and business services professionals. Our unique fee structure ensures our interests are always aligned.
of the UK’s top law firms use Rare
Our Closing The Ethnicity Stay Gap report has shown that attrition rates amongst qualified BAME lawyers are disproportionately high. Our findings have informed the development of one-on-one executive coaching sessions for BAME lawyers, and training for supervisors.
TOP EMPLOYERS USE RARE’S CRS
UK’S TOP LAW FIRMS USE RARE
UK’S TOP 2 UNIS USE RARE
Race for Opportunity Recruiting Diverse Talent Award 2015
Race for Opportunity Developing Talent Award 2015
Race for Opportunity Role Model Award 2016
Recruiter Magazine Game Changer 2016
Legal Week Outstanding Innovator Award 2017
CIPD PEOPLE MANAGEMENT AWARDS 2019 - BEST HR TECHNOLOGY INITIATIVE
ESCAPE THE CITY - TOP 100 COMPANIES TO ESCAPE TO IN 2019
“We were blown away by the impact of Rare’s Contextual Recruitment System in the businesses using it.”
Judging Panel, CIPD People Management Awards 2019
“Highly evidence-based with huge positive impact.”
Judging Panel, Recruiter Awards 2020
Recruiter Magazine Best Candidate Care 2020
ESCAPE THE CITY - TOP 100 COMPANIES TO ESCAPE TO IN 2021
"Class warriors turn to tech for results."
“A tool so simple and efficient it is hard to think of a reason why every leading business should not sign up.”