If you’ve ever regretted hiring someone, you’re not alone. According to one 2013 CareerBuilder study, a bad hire costs U.S companies $50,000 every year on average. That’s not even considering the wasted time spent recruiting and dealing with the hire as an employee.

Considering how much time and money a wrong hire can cost a business, it’s understandable why more and more businesses are turning to pre-employment assessment tests to make hiring decisions. It’s a cost effective way to find the right person for the job.

Since the 1980s, companies of all sizes have used pre-employment tests to find staff. There are a number of good reasons why you should do the same.

Pre-employment assessment tests allow you to screen for multiple aspects, including skill set, personality, and sales aptitude.
Find employees that will fit in best with your company culture.
Get a more well-rounded view of a candidate than a resume or interview can offer.
Put a candidate
Results reports are quick and simple to read and analyze.

With pre-employment testing, you will see results in the better quality of your hires than with interviewing and resumes alone. It’s a great way to improve your bottom line, and reduce the stress that comes along with hiring the wrong person for the job.

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