Your people are your greatest assets, and the people you hire create and manage all of your other assets. Thinking about it in this way, who can argue that there is anything more important to your business than who you hire? Hiring decisions and talent planning should be based on predictive assessments that give you valid, accurate, and reliable data—not on guesswork.
Assessments help you understand people’s abilities, motivations, interests, and personality, enabling you to predict an individual’s future behavior. This insight can help you determine if top candidates are the best fit as well as evaluate your current team for succession planning.
Whatever combination of assessments you use, be sure that you create a positive experience for your candidates. Assessments should be well-designed; instructions should be clear; candidates’ time and effort should be acknowledged and appreciated.Get Started
Not all people will be successful in a remote or hybrid work environment. Through our partner, Smart Work Assessments, TalenTrust offers an extraordinary tool, WorkingRemotelyPOP, designed to predict, with up to 99.5% statistical probability, the core traits of employees who are best suited for remote work.
It’s a struggle to know how to make smart decisions when you don’t know what the future looks like. Making the right decision means getting the right tools and tactical plans in place now. WorkingRemotelyPOP allows you to assess your team’s skills so you understand who is best suited for non-traditional work environments (like home) and who is not—and then take meaningful action.Get Started
If you aren’t sure of the future, neither are your employees. Personal conversations are the ultimate communication tool; TinyPulse streamlines your internal communication. WorkingRemotelyPOP, combined with the additional insight of TINYpulse, helps deepen your understanding, measure the health of your culture, and take more targeted action based on concise data. The results? Improved recruiting and increased retention.Get Started