The Internet has revolutionized how employers source and process applicants. Today, literally hundreds of thousands of applications are received for job openings. The incorporation of validated pre-employment testing earlier in the hiring process has the potential to pay enormous dividends over notoriously less valid screening procedures and can drive both Quality of Hire and overall process efficiency.
Unproctored internet testing (UIT) moves pre-employment assessment from the end of the hiring process up into the recruitment phase to effectively deal with the influx of applicants in a predictive, rigorous, yet efficient manner. This assessment delivery mechanism allows applicants to take pre-employment tests from any Internet connection, and offers the potential to attract and effectively evaluate high-quality "passive" job seekers, and reduce costs associated with test proctors, office space for testing, computers and IT maintenance of a proctored testing program. This webcast will include a discussion of the advantages and risks involved in UIT, and will showcase real-world research conducted on unproctored testing programs within Fortune 500 organizations.