Selecting the right talent for your organization requires thorough evaluations and accurate measurements. Today’s companies use a variety of assessment methods to determine a candidate’s skill level, competencies, and behaviors in a variety of work scenarios. Discover the types of assessments being used for candidate evaluation and how to create your own assessment strategy to select the right talent.
Recommended Assessment and Selection Tools Resources
Advance your business with a customer-centric approach to attracting, assessing, and acquiring talent
Become a true business influencer when you learn to identify quality talent, increase diversity, and enable winning teams.Learn More
Learn More about Assessment and Selection Tools with our Top Resources
Peter Drucker is credited with coining the phrase “culture eats strategy for breakfast”, referring to the importance of organizational culture for the success of a company. And since culture is derived from the leadership and employees, the assumption is that getting the best talent can ensure you create the best working culture for your business.
Now, what is that phrase regarding assumptions?
If you interview job candidates, you need a Non-Negotiable List to help identify “warning signs” that candidates aren’t a good fit.
Hiring is not easy – as a matter of fact it’s quite diff icult. A bad hire can cost you, on average, $20,000 per employee. And that number doesn’t reflect the potential damage to your company’s reputation and employee ...Read more
Attracting and retaining the right talent can be tough. It takes a lot of resources to do it right, but when done right, it has a huge impact on the success of an organization. One element of the hiring process that can prove a real strategic asset is automated, online reference checking. As part of a webinar panel hosted by Human Capital Institute held earlier this year, two healthcare talent leaders discussed how reference checking technology is changing their hiring process. William Poynter, Director of Talent Acquisition for Health South, and Shawnee Irmen, VP of Talent Acquisition for Golden Living, focused in on some of the biggest benefits of hiring-related technology.
In an HCI webinar earlier this year, Talent Analytics: Turning Reference Checking into a Strategic Asset, Ryan Cook, Global VP of Talent Acquisition for CH2M was one of three hiring leaders who shared insights, challenges, and high priority initiatives. Discussion focused not only on specific ways technology is enhancing the hiring process, but also on the strategic focus that is defining the talent-driven future of their organizations.
Explore the challenges of diversity recruiting, trends in the HR tech world, and strategies for facilitating better organizational communication.
I/O psychologists use behavioral science to help organizations improve every aspect of the hiring process. Join this webcast to discover how behavioral science can help you see through unproving marketing claims for solving talent issues, identify real science that delivers results and help your recruitment team make decisions like behavioral science experts.
A structured interview process offers innumerable benefits, ranging from an increase in predictive accuracy to decrease of interviewer bias. Join Jan Fiegel, a recent presenter at the Recruiting Optimization Roadshow in NYC and Head of Recruiting at Oscar Health, as he discusses how he has transformed the interview process at Oscar Health to systematically drive success.
Enroll Now: Strategic Talent Acquisition Certification Program
Build a new set of competencies to meet the talent needs of the organization today, and provide the agility it will need for tomorrow.