Using data science and a customised quiz, Weirdly helps to screen applicants by how well they fit company culture, reducing risk of a bad hire. The Company combined organisational psychology smarts and decades of recruiting expertise to predict how well an applicant will complement any team. 

Type
Private
HQ
Auckland, NZ
Founded
2014
Size (employees)
10 (est)+12%
Weirdly was founded in 2014 and is headquartered in Auckland, NZ
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Weirdly Office Locations

Weirdly has an office in Auckland
Auckland, NZ (HQ)
132 Halsey St
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2014
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Weirdly News and Updates

Hannity Tweets, Then Deletes, Weirdly Specific Sexual Stuff About Obama Portrait

Fox News host's post claimed there was something hidden in the image, then he quickly backtracked.

35 Weirdly Attractive Disney Characters You Totally Crushed On As A Kid

Hands up if you forgot what a total catch Robin Hood was. View Entire Post ›

15 Mom Threats That Are Brutally Savage, Weirdly Hilarious, And Just Totally "Mom"

"I will reverse Pilgrim you!" View Entire Post ›

Weirdly, Impressionists in London doesn't have enough impressionists in it

The year is 1871 and French artists are pouring out of Paris like so much spilled milk, the pail they once called home having been kicked over by the recalcitrant mule that, in this metaphor, is the Franco-Prussian War. Among the thousands who sought refuge in Britain were conscription-dodging Cl…

Yet Another Energy Storage Breakthrough Coming, Thanks To “Weirdly Exciting” New Substance

Scientists at the Energy Department’s Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory have come up with a new bijel that could have some interesting energy storage applications. They’re still trying to find the right adjectives to describe it, but “weirdly exciting” seems to fit the bill for now Yet Another E…

After-Hours Work Emails Are Shrinking Our Personal Lives, Says New Study

A new study shows that people spend a LOT of their personal time sending work-related emails.
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