Predictive Modeling for Hiring: Shaker to Uncover New Recruiting Reality at HR Florida Conference

Joseph P. Murphy, executive vice president and co-founder of Shaker, the market leader in engaging, realistic job previews, and custom simulations for pre-employment testing.

Will present the session Computer as Recruiter: Using Predictive Modeling for Hiring at the 2016 HR Florida Conference and Expo.

Monday, August 29 - Wednesday, August 31, 2016

Murphy is scheduled to speak on Wednesday, August 31, 2016, at 8:30 a.m. EDT.

Hilton Orlando Bonnet Creek
14100 Bonnet Creek Resort Lane
Orlando, FL 32821

In today?s competitive hiring climate, successful talent acquisition requires recruiters to think like computers. Under the influence of big data, machine learning, talent analytics, and predictive modeling, talent acquisition has evolved, leading to the creation of half-human, half-machine recruiting strategies. To fully maximize this approach, recruiters need to become attuned to the role technology can play to make use of predictive analytics in their day-to-day work.

During the 2016 HR Florida Conference and Expo, Murphy will explain how selection science as predictive modeling has created a powerful decision-making blend of human and machine. He will explore how companies can improve the quality of hire with objective candidate data and demonstrate how to apply a talent analytics maturity model to current practices and generate action priorities to optimize talent acquisition decisions. Session attendees will learn how predictive analytics are changing the speed, cost, and effectiveness of talent acquisition practices.

HR leaders and recruiters interested in understanding how computer-enabled recruiting is changing the way hiring decisions are made are encouraged to attend this session.