Weird science – We're not afraid to put our foot on the throttle and zip through unfamiliar territory when it comes to matchmaking. That's why we foster an environment of collaboration, whether it be at cross-functional Innovation Sessions or throwing back a few brews, we know that job satisfaction boils down to loving what you do while working with wildly talented colleagues.
EHarmony can’t say whether there exactly will be “29 Dimensions of Compatibility” for matching potential employees and their bosses, as with romantic relationships, but there will be some crossover.
“We’ll have something like that to match people for careers and have had 10 people working on that for three years,” Warren says.
“It may be that people who use online dating are more likely to have already decided that they are ready to settle down.” Others disagree.
A dating site’s algorithms may be extremely useful for other purposes, says Dan Slater, author of “Love in the Time of Algorithms: What Technology Does to Meeting and Mating.” He cites Ok Cupid, which launched a roommate service in 2012.
Also see: Job interviews are getting weirder For its part, e Harmony obviously wants to reach more customers.