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Digital assessments are becoming increasingly popular, they are almost indispensable in the hiring process. They can provide many valuable insights with high predictive accuracy. Curious about all the ins & outs of digital assessments? In this month's Five Minutes Friday, it's all about digital assessments.
"Employees who were hired with job testing stayed 15% longer in their positions than those hired without testing."
Various competencies are measured with the assessment of The Selection Lab. This month we discuss the competency accuracy.
Accuracy indicates the degree to which someone tends to be thorough and worrying about details.
People who score high on this carefully check for errors and possible improvements. This can lead to inefficiency and loss of time related to performing tasks.
If you want to know more about the competencies, check out our LinkedIn account: The Selection Lab.
Within HR there are many myths. Some are true. Some aren't. Do you know which one is which?
This months Myth is:
In the past few years, having a degree is less important for employers.
True or false? What do you think?
--> Stay tuned for the results in the Five Minutes Friday of next month!
Read all about the ins and outs of assessments in the articles below.
Assessments give every candidate the opportunity to show who they really are. > Read more [Dutch]
This blog will detail the intricacies of an online assessment and how to leverage such assessment tests to make successful recruiting decisions. > Read more
More employers are using tests as part of the hiring process. Here’s how to prepare for them. > Read more
As businesses compete for the very best hires, recruiters need to use all the tools at their disposal to make sure they are presenting the best candidates for the role. > Read more
Talent assessments help companies test applicants for employment to determine if candidates are a good match for their job vacancies. Companies who conduct talent assessments are seeking applicants that match them hiring criteria. > Read more
See you next time,