It has often been said that to hire is to make a prediction. The key, of course, to know exactly what predicts performance for the job. The good news for all of us? These predictors are known. By using the Known Predictors of Performance, strategic HR goals, such as recruiting and retaining high-quality staff, are achieved. Tactical plans to fill open positions, including hard-to-fill spots, are actualized.
Getting the prediction right is the objective. But what should be predicted?
Where is the expertise to identify and assess the very best candidates for each job?
Assessing and Using the Known Predictors of Performance answers these questions. Decades of scientific, on-the-job, research proves that performance prediction exists. This webcast demonstrates how you can use these predictors easily and effectively. Learn how to greatly increase your track record of placing the right people in the right jobs.
This webcast is presented by Paul Basile, Founder and Chief Executive Officer of Matchpoint Careers, Inc., developer of the online solution for scientific recruiting and job-person matching.
• Understand how to get the most from the latest recruitment technologies
• Learn the truth about social networks, referral programs and other popular approaches
• Predict the future performance of potential hires, using researched and validated science
• Get the results of highly profitable, top-performing companies for a fraction of current recruitment costs
Fixing Hiring Through Science - Matchpoint Working Paper; The Million Dollar Hire, David Jones;
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