Do you use assessments in your hiring? If not – why not? If so, how did you choose what you would assess, or how you would be assessing it? There are a lot of factors into choosing the right hiring assessment. Continue reading
Dive deeper to uncover hidden talent
Discussions about talent management systems can lead to many places. Many companies use multiple sources to accomplish their talent management needs: a recruiter to find people; different motivation systems attempting to engage employees; and advance, or develop, people through internal managers measuring performance with basic performance indicators. However, It is rare for all these pieces to fit together or build on each other. These systems are also unlikely to have any relevance to the job itself.
What are the keys to a top tier talent acquisition process? How do you consistently predict top performers? Continue reading
People matter to business growth. Hiring and retaining the right talent to create, refine, and sell your product or service will scale your company’s success. What if you could predict top performers more than 90% of the time? Continue reading
People matter to business growth. Hiring and retaining the right talent to create, refine, and sell your product or service will scale your company’s success.
This week, Bill J. Bonnstetter, chairman of TTI Success Insights, hosted a public webinar on the predictive analytics trend. Continue reading
What if you could predict top performers before hiring them more than 90% of the time? Discover how with Building Talent’s SHRM certified webinar and earn 3 PDCs towards your SHRM CPSM or SPCSM. Continue reading
While meeting with financial officers last month, the misconceptions and effectiveness of assessments came to the forefront of our conversation. With the increased use of assessments by successful organizations many misconceptions about the accuracy, content, and manipulation of the results come to the surface.
The Wall Street Journal recently asked “Are workplace personality tests fair?” because several companies using “personality tests” have recently come under review by the EEOC and OFCCP. Continue reading