Participants will discover how advances in technology, the legal system, and behavioral science have revolutionized the process of reference checking during the hiring process.
Based upon information contained in the world's largest database of job reference feedback, participants will find out which types of information are most predictive of future work outcomes.
Not everyone who is asked to be a reference actually complies with the request. We will explore top reasons why job references do, and do not, comply when they are asked to provide information. These findings have direct impact on initiatives to improve quality of hire.
Let’s face it. Not all HR professionals believe in the importance of candidate reference checks.
In fact, many feel that resumes, personality tests and what the candidate says during in-person interviews provide all the necessary information.
In this webcast, you'll learn which reference checking beliefs are true, and which are false. Michelle Reed will share how using the latest technology will help your organization reduce time-to-hire and add value to the organization.