Webinar – Actionable Data can Take the Guesswork out of the Hiring Process
This data has proven that when you hire people who are identified as “most likely to succeed,” they stay on the job longer and perform better. In this webinar, you will learn that it’s not about the quantity of job applicants; it is about the quality of those individuals. Learn first-hand how actionable data will save you time and money and help you to hire, promote, train, and develop employees capable of performing at superior levels.
Job Matching Overview
You likely realize the benefits of matching employees with their ideal position. However, you may be unaware of any methods to help you with that process. Your company also may lack the expertise to properly evaluate an employee’s strength and other characteristics so as to align them with the ideal position.
How This Affects Your Business
An employee assigned to a position for which they are not a good fit will likely struggle and not perform at their full potential. Even if they make a legitimate effort, they will find it difficult to excel in that position. This negatively impacts your productivity and also hurts workplace morale and motivation. By contrast, when that employee is assigned to their ideal job match, they can thrive and exceed your expectations.
How We Can Help
Profiles International has created assessment tools to help you measure a person’s personality, behavior, learning style, and interests. This helps you determine what positions would best complement that particular employee’s natural strengths and abilities.
Job matching will help you hire the best person for a particular job or decide when current employees should be re-assigned. Appropriate job-fit is essential for employees to succeed and companies to be productive.
The ProfileXT® measures learning style, behavioral tendencies, and occupational interests. After the candidate takes the assessment, a job match percentage is generated. You will immediately know if a candidate has the potential to succeed in the particular position.
If you suspect a current employee may be in the wrong position, you can have them take assessments and then compare the results to their current situation. You can then identify a new opportunity for the employee and transfer him to a better-suited position.