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New eBook Provides 6 Key Questions When Shopping for a Talent Assessment Tool


 
PRLog - Mar. 31, 2014 - TORONTO, Canada -- March 30, 2014 – The McQuaig Institute today released a free eBook designed to help human resources professionals make sense of the market for talent assessment tools and ask the questions that will help them find the right solution for their company. The publication is entitled: 6 Questions to Ask Before Choosing a Talent Assessment Tool.

Hiring the right candidates is getting more challenging, evidenced by statistics from the US Department of Labor:

·        - Workers will change jobs 10 times between the ages of 18 and 37

·        - 25% of employees will leave their job within one year

·       -  55% of employees are either not engaged or actively disengaged

Many organizations are turning to talent assessment tools – tools that assess the temperament or personality of a candidate – to help them make better hiring decisions.

The market for these tools is cluttered. Not all tools are created equally and no single tool is suited for the needs of every organization.

To assist HR professionals, and their organizations, in finding the right tool, the McQuaig Institute created an eBook entitled 6 Questions to Ask Before Choosing a Talent Assessment Tool. The book outlines key questions HR professionals should ask perspective vendors and details the information they should be looking for in response.

To download a free copy of the eBook, visit www.McQuaig.com

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www.mcquaig.com
mmiller@mcquaig.com

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