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About 82% of companies are now using some form of pre-employment assessments in the hiring process, and most HR professionals have a general understanding about the types of assessments that are out there. But just like any other technology, pre-employment assessments are rapidly shifting to adapt to the changing needs of businesses today.
Many of these changes are driven by larger shifts in the hiring landscape. Employers are finding themselves in a candidate-driven market, and candidate experience has grown in importance as a result. At the same time, organizations are increasingly driven to make more data-driven, evidence-based hiring decisions. This excitement around data isn’t just a fad. It’s based on the very real results that data can drive, especially when applied correctly.
These changes have spawned a new phase of assessments, which we like to call Pre-Employment Testing 3.0. In this new phase, assessments are expected to be even faster, even more candidate friendly, and even more predictive. More importantly, in today’s data-driven world, organizations want and need the data gathered from assessments to tie into the company’s bottom line. This webinar will outline how the next phase of assessments will trace the ROI of a good hire across the entire employee lifecycle.
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Josh is the Founder and CEO of Criteria. He started the company in 2006 with a vision to create a SaaS-based pre-employment testing service that would make the highest quality employee assessment tools accessible to companies of all sizes. Prior to launching Criteria, Josh cofounded an online test preparation company, Number2.com, which was acquired by Xap Corp of Culver City, CA, in 2002. After the acquisition, Josh served as the President of Xap's test prep division. He has coauthored testing-related articles published in the Journal of Educational Computing and the American Psychological Society Observer. Josh holds a Ph.D. in history from Harvard University, where he was a Fulbright Scholar and a Mellon Fellow