This is an uncertain time and it has put great deal of stress on everyone, particularly those who are without an income, and those who have friends or family who’ve contracted Covid-19. It’s easy to feel overwhelmed and to become weighed down with worry about the future.
Some people cope well with adversity and others are less hardy. Even those who cope well sometimes need additional support or to be reminded that they do have some control over their lives and that there are things they can do to reduce their anxiety. For some, the Pandemic Resilience Test can help them clarify their need for outside or professional mental health support.
There are 75 million Millennials in the USA (the generation born between 1980 and 2000). The youngest ones are just turning 20 this year and the oldest are now 40. They also make up 32% of the global population and represent 250 million people. If you have employees, then Millennials already are, or soon will be, a part of your workforce.
There are hundreds of skills, aptitude and personality assessments on the market for good reason – because they work! If you’re not using any when hiring or promoting people then you should probably be wondering if you’re missing out on something good (because you probably are).
Assessments are for more than just pre-screening applicants or testing for MS Word proficiency.
(The trends may change but the basics remain the same.)
Deliver crappy customer service at your own peril!
“I’m sorry but I’ve been really busy” is the most commonly heard excuse in business these days.
How rudeness is costing us more than we think.
Part 1: What kinds of bad apples are in your bunch?
Part 2: What kinds of bad apples are in your bunch?
Use screening tests to identify sales talent.
The importance of providing great customer service
Dishonesty in the workplace can be minimized through better hiring practices.
Bad hires can cost you $50,000 per toxic worker hired.
Do your applicants really fit into your organization or not? Do you know?
Pre-screening for honesty can save you a lot of grief.
The consequences of public foolishness in the internet age.
If you aren’t testing your applicants, you’re running the risk of hiring problems instead.
A case for the use of pre-screening tests.