Kenexa Corporation and its subsidiaries provide software, proprietary content, and services that enable organizations to recruit and retain employees. The company offers hiring solutions and retention solutions. Its hiring solutions include Kenexa recruitment process outsourcing (RPO) that provides global recruitment services; recruitment technology solutions; onboarding solutions, which offer forms management for legal documents, workflow, and electronic signatures; employee assessments that help organizations to select and retain top performers; Kenexa Prove It, a skills test solution to identify and select the talented candidates; Kenexa Interview Builder, which provides an online structured interview reference library of approximately 3,000 questions; and employment branding solutions. The companyâ€™s retention solutions comprise performance management solutions that integrate performance management, compensation management, career development, goal alignment, and succession planning; employee surveys; learning management solutions, which enable organizations to deliver and track employee learning; and leadership solutions comprising leadership audit, leadership assessments, and leadership development. Kenexa Corporation also provides customer support services. The company serves various industries, including financial services and banking, manufacturing, life sciences, biotechnology and pharmaceuticals, retail, healthcare, hospitality, call centers, and education. It sells its products primarily in the United States, the United Kingdom, Germany, the Netherlands, Canada, and other European countries.
The company was formerly known as TalentPoint, Inc. and changed its name to Kenexa Corporation in November 2000. Kenexa Corporation was founded in 1987 and is headquartered in Wayne, Pennsylvania.
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