How To Measure A Candidate’s “Job Fit” Before You Hire Them

Publisher: Center for Internal Change

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How To Measure A Candidate’s “Job Fit” Before You Hire Them

Hiring decisions continue to have one of the greatest impacts on businesses of all sizes. Unfortunately, these decisions are often made without considering important candidate data. In a recent survey on hiring practices, 65% of 3,000 hiring managers stated they made hiring decisions based on instincts rather than using pre-employment assessment data. However, instinctive hiring decisions could result in ineffective or unproductive new hires and introduce unconscious bias into the hiring process. Rather than relying on instinct, hiring managers should weigh their decision on a candidate measurement we call Job Fit. Download the WhitePaper to learn more.