Average time-to-hire is at least 4 weeks, with ⅔ of talent professionals’ time spent on interviewing. Combine the $4,129 it costs per new hire (SHRM), and making the wrong hires become expensive.
Adding skilled, qualified candidates to your organization shouldn’t be a number’s game. When competition is fierce, rely on a talent intelligence system that helps you select your best candidate and go to offer more quickly than ever before.
Hiring candidates today often focuses on interviewing for skills and experience, with decisions made based on preference. It’s why many people find themselves in the wrong role, and you experience early-service turnover.
What if you could remove that subjectivity and make hiring decisions based on culture?
When recruiters and talent acquisition professionals can assess candidates based on skills, experience, AND their key personality characteristics – behaviors, motivators & work energizers – you’ll have a clear picture of how candidates will contribute to the team. You’ll choose candidates more likely to be successful in the role, AND you won’t have to re-invest your time and resources in a new search.
We help eliminate bias, whether known or not, from the hiring process and take a more inclusive approach to assessing candidates. You’ll be able to quickly identify the candidates who will make the kind of impact your teams need. That’s called hiring for culture and it allows you to:
When you hire with Humantelligence, you go-to-offer more quickly (and stop losing talent to the other guys!) and add team members who strengthen your team & company cultures.
To help you hire for culture, we capture the unique behaviors, motivators, and work energizers of your job candidates and current employees – the kind of information that takes years to learn. We then deliver hiring insights designed to help recruiting & talent acquisition professionals, as well as hiring managers, select the right candidates faster than ever before.
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ConstructConnect leverages HT to measure, manage, and then hire to strengthen culture – engaging and aligning employees around key goals from the moment of onboarding to putting EQ data at their fingertips to support better communication.
Nitto chose Humantelligence to help them hire for culture fit. In the manufacturing industry where turnover is high, Humantelligence can provide targeted insights on culture, teams, and individuals that will help Nitto retain and recruit top candidates.
Stine Seed leverages target profiles and ‘fit factors’ to predict candidate performance success and assess culture fit – cloning high performers, reducing turnover, and cutting costs of misaligned hires.
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