Solutions

It isn't all doom and gloom. At this event, we discussed not only the common challenges with regards to onboarding but the main incentive was of course to offer some of the solutions.

With the help of predictive hiring, you can increase your candidate retention, decrease time-to-hire, and ensure a hiring model that supports the ongoing success of your team.

A Case Study (Ranstad International)

Gábor kicked off the breakfast event by delving into some of the main areas of discussion for the day. Speaking on behalf of Randstad, explaining some of their priorities with regards to assessments.


Every company has different needs when it comes to assessments, so one of the first thing that needs to be done is asking: what is it that we mainly want to get out of our assessments? In other words, it's important to ascertain what you want to be measuring to ensure that your results are as valuable and constructive as possible.





Why AssessFirst?

With the help of AssessFirst, Ranstad International implemented assessments into their recruitment process with the intention primarily of enhancing the candidate experience. Having candidates at the core of what you do will resonate in every stage of the recruitment process, making them feel valued even in the pre-hire stage. This will enhance the candidate experience as well as increasing their loyalty to you and chance of longevity.


Ranstad International decided to use the tools offered by AssessFirst, finding their assessments 'innovative and intuitive'. It's also a very personalised experience, helping to achieve their primary goal of enhancing the candidate experience. Feedback has also shown that candidates find the process easy to understand, and overall they are very satisfied. With the immediate feedback, even the unsuccessful candidates gain a lot of valuable insight from the assessments. This also means that a good level of communication and feedback is enabled, while saving time as employers do not need to manually give feedback to every individual. 70% of their candidates were found to share their assessment results to social media, demonstrating how much people like and take an interest in reading about themselves and sharing this information with others. Additionally, they wouldn't share if it wasn't accurate!