Job Interview Personal Assessments Make Sense
Nearly 80% of employee turnover is due to mistakes in hiring.
Hiring, training and getting an hourly employee productive costs 300 to 700 times their hourly wage.
Not all applicants are right for the job. Some have trouble with tardiness, absenteeism or supervision. Others have poor customer service, communication styles or sales techniques.
Job interviewing usually takes place in an environment where candidates complete an application form and engage in one or more interviews. Interviewers often ask general questions that may have some relevance, depending on interpretation of responses by the interviewer. It is more likely that the process will culminate in a hiring decision based primarily on the interviewer's emotional reaction to the applicant.
This scenario, while familiar to many, contains very little objective information on which to base the hiring decision. Such a decision should be made with additional data from an employee selection process using pre-employment assessments, like that provided by the Interviewing Insights Job Interview Personal Assessment and Report.
The Interviewing Insights Advantage
The Interviewing Insights Job Interview Personal Assessment provides accurate pre-employment assessments, and valid and illuminating insights, free from adverse impact, into the job-related attitudes your applicants will bring with them to the work environment.