Fibonacci’s platform connects talented people with work and employers, and with educational institutions. Recruiters, advisors and non-profit organisations can also make use of the platform.
Matching takes place at individual competency, skill or knowledge level. Missing skills can easily be identified and very specifically targeted and educated. Every person is a talent and can be developed further, provided that they are on the right job, at the right time.
We provide the platform that can facilitate this process for everyone involved.
The Fibonacci principle goes a few spades deeper than cv’s and job descriptions. It goes beyond working experience and works with skills. Skills that people have versus required skills in jobs. Initially it is not relevant how people obtained their skills, but the question is wether or not they ARE obtained.
We ‘translate’ cv’s and experiences into skills profiles, and we do include non-workrelated experiences. Those experiences often bring valuable skills to the table too.
We also ‘translate’ jobs into skills profiles and match people and jobs on the basis of their both individual skills.
Someone who has built his skillset working in a certain branche can therefor be a great match on a job in a complete other branche, as long as the required set of skills is sufficiently available.
That provides lots of perspective!
The Fibonacci Jobs platform operates completely anonymously until the last step of matching. It therefore respects the full privacy of the candidate until the moment he or she agrees to the release of his or her data. Only with the acceptance of the match and the consent of the candidate, contact details will be exchanged for a match. This can facilitate a personal introduction upon a match.
We use a CV and working experience as a source for establishing skills, and we do our matching based upon the latter. The CV with all the information making links to people possible, take no part in the matching equation.
Anonymous job application at its’s best, without scratching in CV’s.
It is all about matching in terms of content, without personal characteristics playing any role.
An important part of the Fibonacci proposition is the validation of the content characteristics (skills) of candidates. Accredited and authorised parties can provide these validations. Candidates and clients can choose for themselves which ones they want to use. Fibonacci enables clients to remain connected to their current validation suppliers. At the same time we enable them to ensure that these data and results are always available in real time. And in relation to their people and the work to be carried out.
From static data to dynamic information.
Enriching personal skills can be done in different ways, for example, by means of tests, exams, assessments and evaluations. Validations and education can be initiated and recorded in the platform. Based on the personal characteristics, it can be proactively indicated or determined which validation or education is required to further develop. This enables people to keep learning and stay in sync with their work.
The proces works by matching against current jobs, but also against future ones.
The latter enables Future Work development and planning. Transformations can be planned easily as well.
Fibonacci’s matching works on a national and international level. Partly as a result of intensive cooperation within the various sectors by sector organisations, governments, educational institutions and professional and interest groups, it is possible to make direct use of the various sector-specific frameworks.
Fibonacci works completely sector-independently. By using frameworks, it is easy to facilitate branches or organisations, sectors and individual companies.
The choice and ability to generate dynamic profiles based upon proven successful skillsets is obvious.
Deploying expertise in various fields can also take place across national borders, on a standardised basis. The principle of Fibonacci is based on intelligent frameworks with predefined functions, roles, and tasks. It offers the possibility to professionally validate and certify content characteristics by accredited organisations. The European Competence Framework (eCF) is a good example of European standardisation, in this case for ICT functions.
We have therefor adopted eCF as a standard framework that can be made available to all customers.