Quality of hire depends on many factors. It's the applicant's skillset, personality and fit with company culture. Thousands of tools and assessments are on the market, but what are they used for? How do the new developments in screening practises affect the recruitment process and quality of hire?
A recent development in HR is the use of video in recruitment. This tool is a major step forward in improving the quality of the hiree and better at predicting fit between personality and company culture. However different supplier use different approaches of video in recruitment. Another development is that different branches, depending on a suplus or scarcity of labor in their respective branche, will have overlapping but also different advantages to the use of video in recruitment.
In this presentation we're looking at new tools that can be used to improve on the quality of hire. This presentation will discuss 4 generations of practises of applying video in recruitment and how it will help not only to make the process more effective but also improve the quality of hire. It will discuss how all the information, including body language and expressions, that is conveyed in video can be used to improve decision making and in the end, quality of hire, employee commitment and engagement. Also we'll discuss a practical usercase by a large, well-known supermarket chain in the USA & Canada and effect this had on the quality of hire.
At the end of the presentation you'll be provided with research on video recruitment, the effect it has had on many organizations and more information on the available tool.
Who Should Participate
Recruiters, HR managers, HR-directors, in short: all HR- professionals. Any person that has a professional tie to 'quality of hire', assessing and evaluating applicants. Moreover, professionals with a strong interest in the use of body language and assessments in evaluations.
What You Will Learn
You'll learn how to improve your quality of hire by using the newest available tools out there. You'll gain an understanding of the 4 generations of video recruitment, and the effect is has had on quality of hire.
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