Improve Your Hiring Process with Job Fit Assessment
Posted by HRM Resolutions on October 18th, 2019
In the past, only few factors were considered while assessing potential candidates – resume, performance in an interview and some good references.
Things have changed over the years. Most organisations today, be it a startup or a large size business, have begun opting for a more scientific way to assessing the innate personality of the candidate.
So if you haven't needed to take a personality assessment for a job yet during an employment search, chances are you soon will. This is especially so as organisations are increasingly looking at ways to bring on board the completely right fit.
On most occasions, organisations have to ensure that they ask nonperforming employees to quit. The cost of replacing these employees, however, is a huge drain on both time and money. It makes better sense for them to depend on a scientific approach that looks at behavioral traits and indicates their suitability for the role and the organisation. Personality tests can surely help in this aspect.
With a Job Fit Assessment test, employers would now be able to contrast the scores of potential employees to see if there is a match with what their organisations are looking for. Since these tests are subjective without any ‘right’ or ‘wrong’ answers, the responses may give you an indication whether the employee attributes are those that you are looking for in potential candidates.
You may consider an example where the candidate applying for a sales role appears to have negligible interpersonal skills, low drive to succeed or ability to influence; it would be obvious that such a person would not be the right fit.
A well-designed personality test can help you precisely identify if a candidate is the right fit. While there may be a few criticisms that candidates may give responses they believe the employer may be looking for.
However, research suggests that they generally don’t resort to such tactics and regardless of whether they do, it very well may be effectively made out based on the consistency of responses given. A properly customised personality test can thus tremendously increase the chances of hiring the right person for the role.
A large number of candidates apply for different jobs in your organization. As an HR manager, your challenge is to pick up only the best from a sea of potential candidates. One approach to ensure that your future employees are the ones who may perform for you is by benchmarking your existing top talent.
Job Fit Assessment tests that evaluate candidates for the behavioral traits exhibited by your top performing employees can provide you a high performing talent pool. With the option of customised job assessment tools, employers can assess everything from the ability to communicate effectively to the overall match with the organisation culture.
Matching applicants accurately with the job roles will lead to much longer and fulfilling careers as such employees are less likely to quit themselves or even be fired by your organisation.
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