March 2021 - August 2021
Relayt provides d/Deaf job candidates visibility and autonomy in finding the best interpreter for their needs.
By communicating and collaborating before and after the interview, candidates and interpreters can build trust and establish long-term working relationships.
Deaf and Hard of Hearing (DHH) people have historically experienced higher rates of unemployment and underemployment than people without hearing loss.
What hurts Deaf people’s chances of employment most is the current job interview experience. Currently, d/Deaf job candidates are blindly matched with an ASL interpreter, and their skills and experiences are not accurately reprsented.
Connecting d/Deaf Job Seekers with the Right Interpreters.
Deaf job seekers can:
Browse list of ASL interpreters
View high level profile info
Filter list based on needs
Navigate to full interpreter profile
ASL interpreters can:
Review incoming candidate requests
View high level interview and profile info
Evaluate candidates based on fit
Navigate to full client profile
Familiarize themselves with the client via introduction video
A central hub for candidate prep material (resumes, portfolio links, videos, etc.)
View, annotate and comment on prep documents
Schedule a pre-interview meeting
View upcoming events
Candidates and Interpreters can rate the experience of working together
Users can provide feedback notes
Users can schedule post-interview debrief meeting