According to the U.S. Department of Labor, the average cost of a bad hiring decision is at least 30% of the individual’s first-year earnings. And, that doesn’t even consider the additional costs of reduced productivity and lower organizational morale.
And yet, often we rely on inconsistent interview methods, crazy questions that create a poor candidate experience (“If you were an animal, which animal would you be?”), and gut instinct to select the right person, introducing a high risk of bias in our hiring decisions.
We know that psychological assessments, grounded in research, can provide reliable, unbiased information to increase your chances of hiring the right person for your role. The DRiV is a brief assessment that can enhance your candidate experience and assist decision makers in the selection process. Not only will it help you select the best candidate, but you can also embed the results in their onboarding and ongoing development.
Let us partner with you to create a selection process that uses reliable, unbiased data to help you select the best talent for your organization. To learn more about using the DRiV for Candidate Selection, contact a team member.