At TNG, we recruit without bias. How? We use occupational psychological screening tests as part of our selection and assessment process. Of course, the candidate assessment test is objectively evaluating without relying on ”gut feeling,”. The objective tool is helping us find candidates with the greatest potential that will do the best work for your company. As well as giving all applicants the same chance to showcase their skills and potential when they apply for jobs through us. This objective method leads to diversity increasing and causes fewer mistaken hires.
Throughout the recruitment process, the focus usually lies on assessing the various candidate’s merits. And then the recruiter will make note of, and compare work experience and education. Without objective recruitment tools, there are many opportunities for unconscious bias to sneak into the evaluation. Especially, the candidate’s resume since it’s evaluated based on gut-feeling and how relatable it is to the recruiter’s own experiences and background. But a candidate is so much more than that. With that said, we all have our own prejudices and preconceived notions. It ranges from age, background, and gender and it will be reflected during the recruit if we don’t use objective assessment tools.
Effective assessment tools
Unbiased recruitment is about assessing the candidate’s overall competence. And it should be based on knowledge, motivation, personality, and talent. There are now selection methods and assessment solutions available that are better than the traditional ones. For anyone who wants to make an objective choice and be able to focus on the applicants’ future potential. For example, occupational psychological screening tests are an effective tool in the selection. It is focused on both identifying and establishing the candidates’ talent and personality. The candidate assessment test allows you to select the right candidates to bring in for an interview.