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Now more than ever, employers want to make sure that they’re hiring the right people for the job. While the interview and resume provide a lot of useful information about a prospective employee, pre-employment testing checks can offer another perspective you need to select the very best applicant for each position.
Types of pre-employment tests
A word of caution to employers
There’s a range of pre-employment tests that can help you dig deeper into someone’s background and abilities before hiring. To stay on the right side of the law and help you secure the most qualified employees, only test for skills or traits that are directly related to the job and that are a necessity. In other words, define what you want to measure, and why you want to measure it.
Once you chose a test, give it to all job seekers — internal and external candidates alike. Types of tests include:
When used correctly, employee skills tests, background checks and other pre-employment screening tests can help you select the best candidate for your business. Just be sure you know the current rules in your state before you proceed, to avoid fines or lawsuits.
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