Chris at Kunze Analytics demonstrates how AI and Machine Learning are allowing custom performance modeling work with Selection Assessments to be done at smaller and smaller companies.
Fear/fear not The robots are coming for our jobs– that’s the widely held view. But the likely outcome is a bit more nuanced.
Chris at Kunze Analytics makes an analogy. When Michael Lewis wrote the book "Money Ball" fifteen years ago, he gave the world a successful example of applying predictive analytics to an iconic, sports industry. Today, these same algorithms are applied to quantifying the value of Pre-Hire Assessments. Are we hitting the strike zone?
Chris at Kunze Analytics comments on why now is not the time to put off using Assessments in the job screening process. Why? Assessments are the backbone of crafting a meaningful career for each new hire and the mainstay of retaining employees longer.
Chris at Kunze Analytics remembers years living in Düsseldorf and running along the Rhine river. Fluctuating weight increased trips to an awesome tailor who was an immigrant from the country of Turkey. When buying clothes off the shelf from a retail store or Assessment software from a vendor, we all need some custom work. The nip and tuck guarantees higher satisfaction. Enjoy Oktoberfest!
Chris at Kunze Analytics describes five occupations that require the social skill of coordination. The six US DOL social skills are mapped to a seven-competency emotional intelligence selection assessment.
Chris at Kunze Analytics discusses why our deliverables strive to be elegant. The threefold meaning entails scientific precision, neatness, and simplicity.
Chris at Kunze Analytics answers a question about the value of hiring using Assessments. He estimates the average, annual value per hire for three roles: Engineer, Long Haul Truck Driver, and Registered Nurse.
A disgruntled employee can be contagious, killing the enthusiasm of others. A bad hire’s poor productivity lowers the bar for the rest of the team. A bad apple is detrimental to the company culture as other’s pride and esprit de corps begin to erode.
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