- What We Do
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Poor hiring decisions can be costly – both in terms of costs associated with attracting, recruitment, and selection of talent as well as a bad hire’s productivity and morale impact on the broader organization.
PXT Select™ is a powerful computer adaptive selection assessment that measures a candidate’s predictors of success across cognitive abilities, behaviors, and interests.
Our approach fills the gap between the resume and the interview. We equip organizations and hiring managers with easy to understand information about the candidate, including multi dimensional data driven insights into an individual’s approach to situations in the workplace.
We deploy computer adaptive assessments and prescriptive questions directly linked to areas where the candidate scored lower, in turn strengthening the interview process and enabling informed hiring decisions.
Our clients will gain access to a full suite of reports to improve how they select, onboard, coach, and develop employees to reach their full potential.
Multi-dimensional reporting helps our clients find the right people, make the right decisions, as well as shape the overall employee experience. The wide range of available reporting allows our clients to assess candidate fit, compare candidates to multiple jobs in the organization, and build custom performance models linked to behaviors.
We also have the capability to deploy our approach and assess internal dynamics across managers, employees, and teams in order to improve organizational effectiveness.
We will consider our clients’ talent objectives, define a tailored PXT Select deployment strategy, and operate in a player/coach capacity while enabling self sufficiency.
Our team will work to understand the talent landscape through past, present, and future views in order to develop a customized solution inclusive of global, regional, and functional needs of the organization.
We will partner with our clients to enable self sufficiency inclusive of PXT Select technology enablement, candidate assessment administration, and incisive interview approaches linked to assessments.