Webinar: Screening and Assessment

A few years ago, the top talent acquisition challenge most companies were facing was online assessment tools. Screening and assessment tools have been gaining steam over the past few years as companies are investing their resources into new ways to look more closely at their applicants for both skills and behaviors. This webinar covered some of the tools that are used by today’s leading organizations and defined the difference between Screening and Assessment.

This topic was so popular, we decided to follow-up with a survey. Some of the more interesting findings include:

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  • 71% of companies differentiate between screening and assessment
  • 53% of companies use online assessment tools for skills, behaviors, and cultural fit
  • 92% of companies don’t employ an in-house I/O psychologist

Madeline Laurano is the Research Director, Talent Acquisition Solutions, within Aberdeen's Human Capital Management research practice, and is responsible for leading and collaborating on Aberdeen's research coverage across a range of HCM topics, including talent mobility, workforce planning, sourcing strategy, recruitment process outsourcing (RPO), employer branding, onboarding and talent acquisition. Additionally she is responsible for delivering research findings via published works, speaking engagements, on-line events, and Aberdeen's annual Human Capital Management Summit. Before joining the Aberdeen Group, Madeline was a talent systems analyst for the Newman Group, driving the company's success in the area of Talent Management Technology Evaluation and Selection. Madeline joined The Newman Group from Bersin & Associates, where she served as Principal Analyst of Talent Acquisition. Prior to joining Bersin, Madeline served as the Research Director for ERE Media where she created the ERE webinar series, published the Talent Acquisition Industry Analysis and Buyers Guide, lead the community discussion groups, and conducted various research products and services.

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