Introducing Workable Assessments: Make data-driven hiring decisions

Picture this: You’ve recently posted a job vacancy for an accountant that needs to be filled ASAP. Resumes have already started to pile up and you’ve found twenty candidates that match your job description based on their education and work experience. But how can you choose who to move to the next phase based solely […]
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6 major assessment concerns and why you shouldn’t worry

However, unlike skills assessments, which are focused squarely on analyzing a candidate’s skill set, the benefits of cognitive and personality assessments are less clear – including to the candidate. In fact, candidates have spoken out against the idea – with articles titled “No, I won’t take your pre-employment assessment. Here’s why“. and “I Hate Dumb […]
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How to scale up your hiring process: 13 features for rapidly growing companies

Whether you’re growing from one to 100, or hiring 100 new employees, here are 11 essential Workable features to help you scale up your hiring to align with your overall business goals. How to scale up your hiring: 13 features for rapidly growing companies 1. Hiring Plan 2. Department Hierarchy 3. Access rights and permissions […]
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5 candidate complaints on Reddit and what to do about them

Let’s start with looking at a recent Reddit post in the “True Off My Chest” subcategory that surged up the popularity ranks in May 2021. It’s titled, aptly: “The American workforce’s hiring process has become entirely toxic.” Dragging applicants over the coals The post tells the story of one jobseeker who graduated into the workforce […]
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