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Hiring Under the Microscope: 5 Steps for Improving the Science of Selection

Thursday, June 9, 2016 1:00pm - 2:00pm EDT  
Host: Association for Talent Development
By: Whitney Martin, Measurement Strategist, ProActive Consulting

Metrics, analytics, and big data loom large on the HR radar. However, research shows that objective data play a surprisingly small role in one of the linchpin functions of HR departments—employee selection. HR practitioners remain unaware of which selection methods are most (and least) predictive, and only 14 percent of organizations have data to show the business impact of their assessment strategy.
With payroll and benefits representing one of the largest line items on virtually every company’s operating statement, effective selection is perhaps HR’s greatest opportunity to significantly affect the bottom line. It’s time for organizations to put hiring under the microscope. In this webcast, the presenter will share five steps for creating more evidence-based, scientific, and effective selection processes. You will:

  • Discover what hiring methods have the highest predictive validity.
  • Discuss what measures and methods will yield the highest return on investment for your organization.
  • Learn what criteria to consider when selecting an assessment instrument.

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Presenter

Whitney Martin
Whitney Martin

Measurement Strategist, ProActive Consulting

As a measurement strategist, Whitney’s passion and expertise is in the field of surveys and assessments. A self-professed “data nerd,” Whitney has a master’s degree in human resources measurement and evaluation and has conducted extensive research on the predictive validity of various hiring assessment strategies.

Whitney's company, ProActive Consulting, specializes in delivering data-supported insights into job candidates, employees, teams, leaders, customers, and organizations. Whitney was a highly rated speaker at the 2014 National SHRM Conference, and has had an article featured in the Harvard Business Review. She is also one of the authors of the HR anthology What's Next in Human Resources and Hope for Leaders Unabridged.
 


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