Psychometric Profiling Reduces Cost of Recruitment Process

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Psychometric Profiling Reduces Cost of Recruitment Process

  1. 1. Organisations reduce costs by using scientific systems for analysis and evaluation. Companies are increasingly replacing their dependency on individual judgment with systems that provide measurable and accurate data. For making correct recruitment decisions, psychometric profiling is used to collect essential data regarding a candidate’s abilities.
  2. 2. Wastages Due to Wrong Hiring Decisions Wrong hiring decisions lead to wastage of money, time, effort and physical resources. An employee unsuitable for a job reduces productivity and makes the repetition of the recruitment process unavoidable. The cost of recruiting an employee without getting expected results, and repeating the hiring process causes a huge waste of resources.
  3. 3. Making wrong hiring decisions lead to inconveniences including:  Dissatisfied employees  Conflicts at work  Indiscipline  Loss of productivity  Missed deadlines  Reduction in quality of processes  Wastage of resources
  4. 4. The hiring of staff is a resource intensive process, so for many companies it is a process that would like to avoid repeating. If a wrong hiring decision is made wastage is occurred and the flow effects are costly. There are cost associated with loss of productivity and opportunities, wastage of resources and other employees become dissatisfied after wrong hiring decisions have been made.
  5. 5. Making Recruitment Process Faster When recruiting, every company wants to get the most capable individual for a job. Resumes and interviews help in knowing more about the abilities and personality of a candidate, but it does not provide an insight into the specific skills and capabilities required for the job. Many times, candidates promise or believe they can perform, but are unable to realise it after employment.
  6. 6. Psychometric profiling uses various tests designed to reveal the hidden talents and capabilities of a candidate. The tests if conducted at an early stage of screening ensure that only candidates that are suitable for the job profile are chosen for the next stage of recruitment. Psychometric profiling makes it possible to remove unnecessary steps of the recruitment process by providing accurate and essential data for making quick and correct hiring decisions.
  7. 7. Reduction in Recruitment Steps Instead of having many rounds of screening that use up various resources, recruitment process can be simplified with psychometric profiling. A combination of one or more psychometric profiling tests can be used to determine the eligibility of candidates. Instead of screening hundreds of candidates, psychometric profiling is used to sort out the best candidates using the least resources.
  8. 8. Psychometric profiling is widely used by organisations to collect relevant data about job candidates so that they make correct hiring decisions every time. It ensures the present and future growth of an organisation stays steady by optimising the use of resources through correct recruitment the first time around. Pd Training offers the industry leading, next generation profiling solution that meets the needs and demands of the 21st century. Learn more about the reports that empower you here.

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