How to Improve Your Human Resources Department: 5 Key Steps to Success

Strategy Driven

If they are unhappy, they will be less inclined to work hard and may seek alternative employment. From applicant screening software to reward programs, here are five key steps to improving your human resources department. This starts with pre-employment screening.

How to Use Psychometric Testing In Recruitment

HR Digest

The importance of using psychometric testing in the pre-employment process is usually underrated. The HR, organizations, and hiring managers must consider legal compliance in their pursuit to include psychometric tests to their pre-employment screening system. The use of psychometric testing in the recruitment process is becoming common among HR managers in their candidate selection process.

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The Final Piece to the Quality Hire Puzzle

Strategy Driven

Pre-employment screening testing and automated reference checking can help you to succeed. Talent Management Best Practice 1 – Ensure Employability. Talent Management Best Practice 4 – Know Your Artificial Employment Retainers.

How to Use Psychometric Testing in Hiring

Harvard Business Review

Organizations, hiring managers, and HR need to keep legal compliance in mind when they add psychometric tests to their pre-employment screening system. But there are both ethical and pragmatic benefits to sharing results, regardless of whether a candidate receives or accepts an offer of employment. This gives the company “criteria for correctness” that it can use to measure how well its pre-employment screening tests actually predict success on the job.

How to Use Psychometric Testing in Hiring

Harvard Business Review

Organizations, hiring managers, and HR need to keep legal compliance in mind when they add psychometric tests to their pre-employment screening system. But there are both ethical and pragmatic benefits to sharing results, regardless of whether a candidate receives or accepts an offer of employment. This gives the company "criteria for correctness" that it can use to measure how well its pre-employment screening tests actually predict success on the job.