Bad hires cost time, money, and morale. Find out how the costs of a bad hire add up, and more importantly, how hiring managers can effectively spot the most ideal candidates in the talent pool.
Tag: candidate selection
High-Stakes Hiring: The Cost of Bad Hires Can Be Fatal
In the world of talent acquisition, high-stakes hiring decisions can be a matter of life or death.
Interview Fatigue: How Many Interviews Are Too Many Interviews?
Interview fatigue is a real phenomenon. But fortunately, there’s a way to spare yourself and your candidates that will also help you avoid bad hires: personality tests.
Candidate Comparison Done Right
Using personality tests with interviews makes candidate comparison objective and — dare we say it — easy.
Retail Apocalypse or Opportunity? How Retailers Can Avoid Becoming a Statistic
The retail apocalypse is real — but not every retailer has to succumb to it. Learn how personality assessment can help organizations in the retail industry get ahead of the curve by selecting and developing more effective talent.
Charisma in Job Interviews: Identifying Top Talent
Charismatic candidates usually ace job interviews. But does charm always equal top talent? As usual, it’s complicated.
4 Ways Personality Tests Improve Your Candidate Experience
Our survey results reveal how personality tests improve the hiring process for job candidates and why they deserve a place in your next candidate experience audit.
3 Skills to Guide Employee Selection
Employee selection is guided by hiring principles. While specific criteria can vary, three competencies can bolster any selection process: people skills, learning skills, and work ethic.
Artificial Intelligence Professionals in Leadership: Identifying and Developing Top Talent (Part 3)
Hiring artificial intelligence professionals? Learn how your organization can not only select and retain the top talent, but also develop them for leadership roles.
How to Select the Best People for Artificial Intelligence Jobs (Part 2)
Artificial intelligence jobs are becoming increasingly common, but do you know what personality characteristics lead people to be successful in AI job roles?