Prehire assessments can speed up screening, reduce bias
From May 21:
Employers that use prehire assessments to evaluate job candidates have always faced two significant hurdles: recruiters' perceptions that the tests can scare off top applicants if they are too lengthy or onerous, and doubts whether the tests accurately predict future job performance. But new technologies are slashing the time needed for candidate testing while also accurately scoring unstructured data — like video, audio or text — from candidates.
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