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How to Improve Quality of Hire with New Online Reference Checking

Topic:
How to Improve Quality of Hire with New Online Reference Checking
Date:
January 27, 2012 at 3:00 - 4:00 PM ET
Presenters:
Jack Kramer, Vice President(SkillSurvey, Inc.)
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Description
Learn how to improve quality of hire with new online reference checking by:

•       Avoiding the 5-8% of candidates who are bad hires
•       Getting behavioral feedback from 5 references in 2 days for each candidate
•       Getting Scores that identify developmental needs

Improve your entire hiring strategy by obtaining information about behaviors and skills that scientifically predict a candidate’s success for the position.

Provide extra value to your HR team. Learn how new Web 2.0 reference checking allows HR executives, recruiters and hiring managers to hire only the best, uncovering documented savings of thousands of dollars in salaries and hiring costs by avoiding candidates who are not a good fit. Users of the technology also receive a report showing which candidates have desirable behaviors and skills.

Feedback received from these reference assessments can also be used to plan or adjust onboarding procedures and training. For example, a candidate with little CRM experience, but with high scores for customer service skills from the reference information, may be a potential fit for the organization in a customer service role if additional training on CRM systems is provided within the first 90 days of employment.

Participants will learn: how to improve quality of hire immediately by avoiding 5-8% of candidates who score low with references; how to infuse consistency, reliability and validity into each reference check; and how to get scores that identify developmental needs of candidates.

Who should attend? Recruiters at any size company, HR executives, talent-acquisition professionals, HRIS and shared services specialists.

What will participants learn?

1)       How to improve quality of hire immediately by avoiding 5-8% of candidates who score low with references
2)       How to infuse consistency, reliability and validity into each reference check
3)       Get Scores that identify developmental needs.

Who Should Participate
1) Recruiters at any size company. 2) HR executives. 3) Talent-acquisition professionals. 4) HRIS/shared services professionals.
What You Will Learn
1) How to improve quality of hire immediately by avoiding 5-8% of candidates who score low with references 2) How to infuse consistency, reliability and validity into each reference check 3) Get Scores that identify developmental needs
Recommended Resources
1) Seeing Behind the Mask article, HR Magazine: http://go.skillsurvey.com/201102_HRMagazine. 2) Selecting High-Performers in High-Tech case study: http://go.skillsurvey.com/rt_high_tech. 3) When Ignorance is Not Bliss article, HR Pulse: http://go.skillsurvey.com/GwinnettCS.
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Candidate reference-assessment and sourcing tools. Improve recruiting efficiency, get feedback on candidates' behaviors and avoid low-scoring applicants.
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