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Top Ten Things to Look for in a Screening System


Posted by Stephen, Sheryl at Wednesday, 05/23/2012 11:30 am
 
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1. Talent Assessments
Your screening software saves you time and effort by integrating assessments up front, before you review the application.This will give you an unbiased look at the aspects of the applicant that are relevant to the job.
2. Job Assessments
To get an accurate, detailed description of what the job requires for superior performance, people in and around the position should complete a job assessment to measure the key performance objectives of the position. This component will remove bias and serve as a method for comparison.
3. Comparison Report
Your screening system should make it quick and easy to determine the best job/talent fit with a visual representation that indicates which candidates are best matched to the job in several areas.
4. Compliance
To meet the requirements of EEOC and OFCCP, your screening software should make it easy for you to collect and report information.
5. Online Applicant Accounts
Your screening software should give you the ability to seamlessly gather applicant information in a professional, online, easy-to-use manner. The software should not only make it easier for your candidates to apply, but allow recruiters to easily manage and organize applicant data.
6. A Complete Process
In addition to pre-assessing, pre-screening and pre-qualifying candidates, your screening software should play a role in the entire talent management process. Information from the hiring process can be integrated into the development and performance management of new and current employees to ensure effective on-boarding, high productivity and longer retention.
7. Cost Effectiveness
Your screening software should not only help you reduce recruiting costs, but also reduce time to hire, increase initial productivity, make better hires and avoid expensive hiring mistakes.
8. Data Analysis
A system that provides exporting features, detailed applicant data and referral information will help you measure your success so you can discover best practices and leverage your screening process.
9. Support Staff
Your screening software should be supported by a team of professionals who are available to help you in all aspects of screening, from technical support to implementation of best practices.
10. Flexibility
As your company changes, your screening system should be able to meet new goals and fit new situations. Look for the ability to expand and organize your screening efforts based on business units.

For more information on Assessment based Screening Software that Empowers You, contact me at sheryl@trainingperformance.com or 623-587-7644.


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