Gain absolute clarity on what the job requires so you can hire the perfect fit.
Most people begin the painful hiring process with a job description and a huge stack of resumes.
Sure, job descriptions may tell us a lot about tasks and skills, but they tell us little about the kind of person who will succeed best in that job.
This creates a huge disconnect for hiring managers trying to match real people to job descriptions. Most of us cross that chasm by relying on “gut instinct” and pay the price down the road.
According to research, 46% of new hires fail within 18 months.
Finally, there’s a better way to evaluate candidates—one that’s built on proven science and focuses not solely on tasks and skills but on the behavioral traits and cognitive abilities that will ensure a candidate will succeed in your new role.
Stop the bleeding.
Create job targets
Completing this process is easy.
Our Job Target helps you X-ray each job and identify the underlying traits that will lead to success in each specific role. The target can be created by a single user or done collaboratively by a team of stakeholders. Once all the input is given, a job target is generated and will serve as your guide to making a great hire.
Your roadmap to success starts here.
Protect your company from risk & loss
Our process removes bias and is supported by the EEOC.
Whether we recognize them or not, we all have biases that sneak into our decisions. By creating objective measures of both the job and the candidate, we inoculate ourselves against those biases.
Plus, behavioral drives and cognitive ability have been proven to be strong predictors of job performance.
Ensure you're protected from lawsuits.
It's not just for new hires.
Don’t stop with new hires. Successful organizations use the Job Assessment to objectively assess all the roles in their organizations. Job targets should be used as a fundamental part of your talent strategy, career-pathing, and succession planning. Job targets are a critical tool for coaching and employee development.
We show you how to get the right people in the right seats.