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In the context of employee selection, assessments refer to any systematic method used for obtaining information about applicants to draw inferences about their traits. Examples of assessment types used for employment decisions include proficiency tests of knowledge/skill/abilities, work samples, personality inventories, etc. The most common method, however, is the job interview. The prime purpose of conducting job interviews is to predict whether or not a candidate will be a good fit and a strong performer. However, the increasing democratization of information over the past couple of decades has presented new challenges to the sustainable and valid use of these tools. In our latest White Paper, The Future of Hiring: Understanding Assessments, we break down the fundamentals of hiring assessments – including the problems with many traditional assessments – and explore Talent Select AI’s validated, patent-pending approach to providing more complete, accurate, and unbiased candidate assessment data, right from your standard job interview.