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Elizabeth T.


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12 min read

How Humans Detect Emotions in Faces?

By Elizabeth T. on May 14, 2021 6:54:17 PM

As a recruiter, you understand that without pre-employment tests, evaluating a candidate's entire career on two sides of a piece of paper is impractical. Despite this, resumes are the first thing managers look for when evaluating applicants to find a good fit.

Topics: Science Artificial Intelligence AI Video Recruiting Pre-Employment Testing Organizational Culture
11 min read

The Psychology Teamwork/Building Teams

By Elizabeth T. on May 12, 2021 5:05:59 PM

Building teams in healthcare recruiting, like any other industry, necessitates a teaming approach to ensure that prospective workers understand their responsibilities and the team's intent.

Topics: Diversity Organizational Culture
8 min read

Improving Patient Outcomes With Tailored Hiring

By Elizabeth T. on May 5, 2021 12:22:35 PM

Medical and health-care occupations are among the fastest-growing jobs worldwide. As the world's population grows and our ageing people live longer, healthier lives, support staff are needed in these fields to manage medical records, insurance claims and billing, and general patient care. A remote hiring software combines strengths with the power of artificial intelligence and other technology-based support; in the era of COVID-19, it's truly the best way to remain resilient.

If you do not integrate stringent procedures into your recruiting practices, you will find it challenging to achieve good treatment results. If you let it be, remote work is the way of the future. The number of people who work from home is increasing. If you're considering recruiting remote workers, stay with us.

Topics: Healthcare
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If You’re in Healthcare Recruitment, Do You Know These Industry Challenges?

By Elizabeth T. on Apr 28, 2021 2:58:13 PM

The hiring process can be challenging and stressful for an employer, no matter what business. In healthcare recruiting, however, there's an extra layer to it. Employees in the healthcare industry directly affect consumers' health and general well-being, which increases the burden on healthcare organizations.

Topics: Science Artificial Intelligence AI Video Recruiting Organizational Culture Healthcare
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How HR Managers and Recruiters Handle Data During the Hiring Process

By Elizabeth T. on Apr 8, 2021 6:20:34 PM

Companies worldwide are grappling with the dilemma of having so much data without an easy and reliable way to take advantage of it. Even despite pre-employment assessments and other talent management strategies, until recently, the recruiting process was primarily a product of guesswork. HR managers and recruiters could never be certain if an applicant was ideal for a job opening or not. After all, manual resume screening and hunches had minimal efficiency. 

Topics: Artificial Intelligence AI Video Recruiting Pre-Employment Testing
7 min read

The Cost of a Toxic Culture and How to Fix It

By Elizabeth T. on Apr 6, 2021 5:33:53 PM

We all experience bad days at work. It may be the project overload, a colleague having a bad day, or when everything seems to be “off”. A pre-employment assessment or a fancy talent management strategy can't prevent it. Negative experiences happen. But a toxic workplace culture is not a one-off situation; it’s more than a bad day. It’s a serious issue that undermines all processes within a company.

Topics: Diversity Organizational Culture
7 min read

Here’s What the Ivy League Says About Hiring From the Outside

By Elizabeth T. on Mar 18, 2021 1:54:31 PM

Hiring from the outside may seem like the natural step when a position opens up. It’s pretty common, after all. If you’re looking for new retention strategies for employees, you may want to consider your recruitment and hiring practice. The costs of hiring outside talent may outweigh the alternative: internal hiring. It goes beyond monetary compensation or the number of ads or sponsorship needed to seek outside hires. There are other considerations for fast-moving organizations. 

Topics: Diversity Organizational Culture
5 min read

Why You Need a 'Deloading' Phase in Your Work Life

By Elizabeth T. on Mar 11, 2021 3:51:19 PM

If you’re looking to increase your mental performance, do a digital detox, or uplevel your professional life, you may want to consider implementing a deloading phase.

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How to Use Science to Understand Your Decision-Making

By Elizabeth T. on Mar 11, 2021 3:51:04 PM

Decision making can be fatiguing---or empowering, once you know more about the process. For hiring managers, it’s about choosing the right candidate and giving a great candidate experience. From every touch point, the interviewing process, the pre-employment assessment, to the final decision, it’s all about quality versus quantity. With so many decisions on so many different touch-points during the hiring pipeline----and with so many candidates, colleagues, business goals, and more---how does a person stay sane? What about quality control around decisions? 

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6 Values to Guide Candidate-Centric Hiring

By Elizabeth T. on Feb 24, 2021 2:03:01 PM

Creating a candidate centric hiring process begins with empathy. In fact, in the famous design thinking methodology created by IDEO and incubated at Stanford University, empathy is always the leading first step. When it comes to a pre-employment assessment or any other part of the candidate experience journey, lead with empathy and follow with thought.

Topics: Artificial Intelligence Pre-Employment Testing Organizational Culture
5 min read

Privacy Ethics: Why You Need an EU Values-Driven Company

By Elizabeth T. on Feb 17, 2021 10:30:16 AM

Data protection laws in Europe are among the strongest in the world. In recent years, European data authorities have taken increasingly aggressive action against Big Tech.

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If You Lead a Company, Lead Yourself: Training to Check Out

By Elizabeth T. on Feb 5, 2021 5:02:36 PM

You lead people, but how well do you lead yourself? As a leader at your company, you may be the one calling the shots, making the decisions, and looking out for your team’s growth. But how do you feel you’re learning? How are you improving your decision making? How do you continue to grow, even with your experience and know-how?

U.S. corporations spend a healthy amount on training and development: $356 billion globally. on employee training and education, but they aren’t getting a good return on their investment. People soon revert to old ways of doing things, and company performance doesn’t improve. 

Topics: Organizational Culture
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What to Look for in an Employee Training Software (Choose Wisely)

By Elizabeth T. on Feb 3, 2021 6:33:48 PM

You may have come across a teeny, tiny challenge of this current pandemic: training employees remotely. You may need help in finding an employee training software that suits your needs. For companies across the globe, training the workforce---despite present constraints---may be  an opportunity to digitize training. It's an opportunity, but it may feel a bit stressful. There's so many options on the market. You may feel a bit like the movie character Indiana Jones in "Indian Jones and the Last Crusade"; he had to choose the right cup or suffer the consequences. 

But that's why you're here. You recognize it's important. Flexible working has its pros and --- if you choose wisely--- training remotely may have its pros as well.  Finding a digital tool that provides rapid feedback and plugs in seamlessly with your other tools is a given. What are the other considerations?

Topics: AI Video Recruiting Candidate Experience Organizational Culture
7 min read

Before AI recruiting, You Should Conduct This Skills Gap Analysis

By Elizabeth T. on Jan 29, 2021 4:44:04 PM

Apart from the more general benefits of “more efficiency” and “resource optimization”, a gap analysis can help to identify very specific areas for improvement, and provide guidance towards actionable steps for improving processes, products, services, or anything that is being examined within the framework.

Topics: Organizational Culture
8 min read

4 Ways to Rebuild Revenue Amidst Uncertainty

By Elizabeth T. on Jan 27, 2021 1:27:38 PM

Recovering revenue is the Number One issue right now for C-suite leaders. What strategies should your business pursue despite the uncertainty of the pandemic, the resulting economic slow-down, and changing global policies?  We’re presenting 4 ways that companies can look to transform amidst the shifting social and environmental dynamics.

In general, we’ve nearly all experienced the effects of a frazzled economy. However it may be the spell of 2020, but the year’s special concoction mixed a global health emergency, governmental instability, changing tax regulations, and shifting work patterns in less than a 12-month period. 

Topics: Organizational Culture
7 min read

These 5 Steps Will Improve Your Employer Branding

By Elizabeth T. on Jan 20, 2021 11:56:09 AM

You don't have to have it all together to be a great company. While high revenues and returns are great---and no one hates an organized company---people want to work for a company that has a mission that resonates with their values. These mutual interests can be found in a pre-employment assessment or in a job interview, but what comes after? How do companies ensure that employees continue to love the place they work? How can they convince outside talent that their organization is the place they ought to be? 

Topics: Organizational Culture
5 min read

Expect the Unexpected in the 2021 Workplace

By Elizabeth T. on Jan 18, 2021 2:11:56 PM

No one saw 2020 coming. It became a matter of urgent necessity to create people-centric policies and initiatives to create a safer world---and to move fast. At first, it was business as usual: the Olympics in Japan were going to happen, Brexit owned the headlines, and the ramping up of the 2020 Presidential election.

Topics: Pre-Employment Testing Organizational Culture
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These are the leadership skills COVID-19 is inspiring

By Elizabeth T. on Jan 14, 2021 3:34:21 PM

We're moving into the second year of the pandemic and organizations are quickly learning a few things to re-prioritize. For example, making their pre-employment assessments and interviews remote. Or hosting company Christmas parties via Zoom. It's a new era and a new era demands new leadership skills.

Topics: Organizational Culture
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How the World's Happiest Countries Put People First in the Workplace

By Elizabeth T. on Jan 6, 2021 1:05:26 PM

A happy workforce doesn't rely on taking a fast pre-employment assessment or a slow lunch. The world's happiest countries may have something to share with us in how to create happier workplaces.

Topics: Organizational Culture
7 min read

How HR Can Use the 5 Steps of Design Thinking in HR

By Elizabeth T. on Dec 10, 2020 3:46:50 PM

Before making workflow decisions, do you consult with a designer? Most likely not. It’s understandable. Design may not be the most knee-jerk reaction to features within talent management, like video interviewing or succession planning. But putting on your design spectacles can be a fun---and incredibly helpful---approach when designing your talent management practices.

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