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Applicant Dropout: Completion Rate Drivers and Consequences

Candidates dropping out of the hiring process is a perennial source of anxiety for almost any hiring team. HR practitioners assume applicant dropout is caused by the process being too long, boring, or otherwise a turn off. Like almost any other aspect of hiring, applicant dropout can be systematically identified, analyzed, and understood. All of our clients worry aloud about applicant dropout at some point in our relationship with them. So because completion rates are important to our clients, they are important to us.

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Webinars & Events

Drivers and Consequences of Applicant Dropout

The persistent myth that pre-hire assessments are a barrier to application is one many practitioners battle as they work to bring standardization and rigor to organizational hiring processes. This webinar highlights our empirical research into drivers and consequences of candidate dropout decisions and examines situations when attrition is harmful, beneficial, and what you can do about it.

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Webinars & Events

How interview technology helps RBC identify its future leaders

Today’s university graduates aren’t going to wait through a drawn-out process with too many interviews, while the hiring team gathers each piece of information they need. They expect a high-tech, high-touch process that offers convenience, fairness, and the ability to share their skills. For RBC, that meant bringing Modern Hire on board.

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Blog

Understanding Types of Bias in Hiring

Here comes another consequence of the ongoing global pandemic: Employers can expect to see a marked increase in age discrimination lawsuits in the next six to twelve months. Learn how you can spot and eliminate bias in hiring.

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Blog

Can Predictive Analytics Improve Recruiting Metrics?

Bringing your data into focus with analytics can change not just recruiting metric outcomes but also the core of your recruiting metrics.

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Blog

Data-Driven Candidate Selection Could Improve Hiring of Military Vets

Research suggests that negative perceptions about veterans can significantly influence veteran hiring decisions. Data-driven candidate selection could be a critical strategy for overcoming the weight of these perceptions and improving hiring results.  

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White Papers/eBooks

5 Ways AI Is Transforming the Candidate Experience

AI has the power to create assessments that address the factors found to be key to creating a great candidate experience. But so far, there is little evidence that existing AI tools are being used to improve the hiring process for candidates, and fears have been raised about legal, ethical, and privacy issues.

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White Papers/eBooks

Impression management & overclaiming on job applications

Despite decades of research on the role of socially desirable responding (SDR) in hiring contexts, it remains unclear whether job applicant SDR is related to future employee performance.

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White Papers/eBooks

Online Assessment Performance and Attrition

Hiring managers are often hesitant to implement online assessments over concerns that higher-quality candidates are more likely to quit lengthy assessment batteries than lower-quality candidates.

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White Papers/eBooks

Data-Driven Selection for a More Diverse Workforce

It’s a fact: Humans are biased. Research shows that no matter the pains we take to be fair, objective, and rational, biased thinking is just part of our basic, sometimes faulty, human wiring. We instinctively align ourselves with people and ideas that are similar to ourselves, that feel familiar, that reflect who we are and what we value.

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