Finding and retaining talent is among their top concerns of CEOs.
It defines the shortlist of candidates who will walk through the door
and continue through the various stages of your process.
A process based on resume screening has built-in unconscious bias;
diverse talent will be lost along the way as it has been proven that
past experience is not a good indicator of future performance.
Are you taking the right steps to ensure that your process is bias-free and the right talent for your organization does not slip through the cracks?
Here is how Bryq can help you identify the talent you need:
Objectively define job requirements
You no longer need to guess which assessment makes sense and what results you are looking for. Bryq comes with a database of job profiles for hundreds of roles – based on proven Organization Psychology theories and not simply on intuition.
Blindly screen candidates
Unconscious bias begins with resume screening. Stop trying to read between resume lines to find the right fit and assess candidates objectively on required skills and traits.
Shortlist based on fit
Bryq ranks candidates based on how well they performed in the objective assessment and how well they fit the requirements of the role – with absolutely no impact from their ethnicity, gender, name, education, age, personal interests or any other factor.
Perform objective, standardized, behavioral interviews
Traditional, unstructured, interviews have been proven to be biased and ineffective. Bryq’s detailed reports and interview guides help you understand the strengths and weaknesses of each candidate allowing for structured interviews along the hiring stages.
Always find the right candidate, even with volume hiring
It doesn’t matter if you have sourced 10 or 1,000 candidates for a position – Bryq makes it equally easy to find the right one by empowering you to:
• Engage candidates with a 20-minute interactive assessment
• Shortlist candidates based on fit for the role
• Uncover hidden talent
• Reduce time to hire