When hiring a new employee, it is, obviously, to meet a need that we encounter here and now. Whether it’s software development, marketing, or business development, all companies are confronted with challenges that they must face immediately. However, all recruiters know that the key to a really successful recruitment involves selecting people capable of evolving to meet the challenges that the company will face...
Last Thursday (February, 9th), we were invited by Paul Mandel company in order to talk about predictive recruitment with up to fifteen people. An evening based on the future of recruitment We would like to thank Alexandre Mandel for his invitation to share, with banking professionals and other consultants, our ideas on the evolution of Human Ressources and their specific issues. It was a great...
Paris, 7th February 2017 Since 2014, AssessFirst has asserted its primacy in predictive recruitment in France. With a turnover of 2.7 million euros in 2016, the company has seen a 53% increase in activity relative to 2015, its best growth in 3 years. Between recruitment, international expansion, and transformation of its SaaS platform, the business continues to energise its activities and is targeting a turnover...
Carrefour Market, the Carrefour Group supermarket chain, is transforming its recruitment practices to meet new challenges. As well as listening to its customers, Carrefour Market listens to its collaborators in the establishment of stores throughout France and its regional centres. When Thierry Bougerol arrived, he wanted to harmonize recruitment practices among the regions and modernize the recruitment process.
Currently present in finance and marketing, algorithms are starting to win in the recruitment sector. BHV Marais found the solution for discovering the rare pearl and avoiding the errors of hiring: predictive recruitment. “This is a technology that, through algorithms, reliably predicts the likelihood of success of an employee. By success, we mean performance and doing it to be happy and engaged in your work”...
What do we know about motivation in 2016? If the topic is addressed for decades, it nevertheless remains a general principle still too abstract, which is “to inspire people to get involved”. This requires, according to traditional research, for compensation and recognition to an individual. Yet, when we look at recent psychology studies, this is not what we should remember to have the biggest impact on...
Everyday for the past 24 months, we have have been reinventing the way in which companies recruit and develop their talents, making the best possible predictive recruitment solutions available to them. Today, with the new AssessFirst development that has just been released, we go even further by including: Create your own predictive models with an intelligent assistant. Efficiently manage the flow of your candidates...
AssessFirst is going (even) further in predictive recruitment by taking into account the affinity between people
Paris, 20 September 2016 AssessFirst,which specialises in predictive recruitment, launches Affinity. Based on the recruitment principles of professional affinity, this new service anticipates people’s ability to work together. AssessFirst has, therefore, enhanced the added value to its solutions (SHAPE, BRAIN and DRIVE) and has once more revolutionised recruitment by replacing the interpersonal dimension at the heart of the process. Anticipating people’s ability to work...
Certain groups of people are statistically less likely to land certain jobs, or are more likely to have a shorter job term. It is possible to say that this outcome is inevitable. Yet, certain solutions allow a more equal recruitment style, thanks to unique list of criteria than those of traditional recruiters. A process that could allow businesses to recruit more efficiently. By David Bernard,...