At its core, hiring is trying to predict the future: how do we predict which candidate will become a good employee? And how can we know who will be retained?
New approaches in talent prediction have emerged with the adoption of AI for recruiting to complement the predictive power of psychometric assessments.
Industry analysts agree that AI technology is a force multiplier for pre-hire assessments.
In our new video, Kathryn Christie, Director of Talent & Strategy at Self Management Group and I explain the intriguing way AI and assessments are being combined to help recruiters find better talent.
Integrating AI and assessments into your recruiting workflow looks like this:
A candidate applies; their resume enters a company’s ATS. Continue reading
Jobvite recently published their 2017 Recruiting Funnel Benchmark Report, an analysis of data from over 50,000 posted job listings, 15 million job applications, and 69 million job seekers.
Phew! That’s a lot of data.
Having an accurate grasp of your recruiting metrics is important for optimizing your processes and showing the business value of your recruiting activities.
An important aspect of assessing metrics is knowing where you stand compared to industry benchmarks.
Here are the stats from Jobvite’s 18-page report I thought were the most insightful. How does your recruiting process compare?
Applicants per open req
The number of applicants per open req is going to vary greatly depending on the size of your organization, the industry, and the role. Continue reading
According to a recent SHRM/Mercer survey, only 20% of recruiters said they were confident in their employers’ ability to assess applicants.
This lack of confidence in traditional screening methods has given rise to some recent headline-grabbing innovations.
Here are three applicant screening tools that are getting a lot of attention right now.
1. Facebook’s resume posting feature
Facebook’s foray into applicant screening means LinkedIn is no longer the only game in town.
According to Jobvite’s annual recruiting survey, 67% of candidates use Facebook as a resource during their job search. Facebook is the second most popular social network for recruiters to screen candidates after LinkedIn. Continue reading