Since the beginning of time, organizations have tried to match resumes with job descriptions to find the best candidates. The problems with that approach are numerous, and the results are often less than ideal. In recent history, more companies have turned to assessment tools to give structure and objectivity to hiring and talent decisions, minimizing bias and allowing people to be evaluated on the best they have to offer.
In this conversation with Caroline Tien-Spalding from Aptology, we’re going to look at how the firm enables better talent decisions for its clients.
Human Resource Data Analyst of Lighthouse Research and Advisory. Four years HR experience in the Alabama Army National Guard. Graduated from the University of Alabama in Huntsville with a Masters of Management Science in Human Resource Management in 2019. Current student in the Masters of Science in Business Analytics program.