Minimize hiring mistakes by using pre-hire assessments to measure job skills and personality attributes needed for top performance in key roles in your organization. Avoid costly turnover by hiring new employees who not only have the skills to do the job, but who will also embrace the work required with high engagement and fit into your culture. Understand what assessments are available and how they can be applied to your organization. Making sure you are measuring a candidate’s job fit is just as important as them having the correct skills to complete the work.Learn how to reduce early stage turnover, hire top quality candidates, and leverage technology to match assessments to the skills and attributes of your own organization’s top performers.

Learning Objectives

  • Identify available pre-hire assessments
  • Learn what could go wrong with selection and how to avoid it
  • Know the benefits of pre-hire assessment methods 
  • Understand how to utilize pre-hire assessments effectively
  • Apply best practices when implementing assessments
  • Communicate the need for pre-hire assessments and job-fit

Area Covered In The Webinar

  • How to use pre-hire assessments effectively for any job
  • Common best practices for selecting assessments for a variety of job roles, from front-line customer service professionals to executives in the C-Suite
  • Different types of assessments available and when to use them.  
  • Checklist of criteria to select the right assessments to use to avoid liability in your organization
  • How to identify possible liability issues and how to avoid them
  • What could go wrong with your hiring choices and how to account for them
  • Know the benefits for using pre-hire assessments for your organization

Who Will Benefit

HR Professionals &Line Managers


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Dr. Ware is an Industrial/Organizational Psychologist and the founder and CEO of Integral Talent Systems, Inc. (ITS) ITS is a global technology enabled talent management consulting firm specializi Know More

Dr. B. Lynn Ware