Attempts to ban personality tests in the workplace have thus far been unsuccessful. But what would a world without assessments look like? Find out here.
Tag: Talent Acquisition
When talent is your only true competitive advantage, you should base your talent acquisition strategy on personality data. Find out why here.
When a role becomes vacant, we usually strive to replace the person, not the personality. But is that really the most equitable and efficient way to tackle role replacement, particularly employee replacement? Learn more.
Is interviewer bias lurking in your hiring process? It just might be. Making good hires—equitably—means leading structured interviews. Here’s how to get started.
Rejection letters can cause anxiety — and not just for recipients. Job rejections affect your employer reputation, so they should be thoughtful. If you need to write a rejection letter to a job candidate, here’s how.
Conducting an effective interview is no small feat. To get you started in considering how to interview candidates, we’ve compiled a few basic tips for a good job interview, whether virtual or in person. Read more.
The job market is competitive. If you’re wondering how to find qualified candidates or how to weed out unqualified candidates, you’re not alone. Here’s how you should focus your efforts.
Hiring Gen Z is essential to outlasting the talent shortage, fueled by the retirement exodus of baby boomers, the Great Resignation, and more. But do you know how to attract and retain Gen Z workers?
Résumé red flags can be warning signs or signals for further investigation into a candidate’s qualifications. But do you know what to look for?
How necessary are cover letters in talent acquisition? If you’re thinking of refining your hiring process this year, you might want to consider a more efficient, more objective alternative to the cover letter. Learn more.