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Total Pre-Employment Solution Can Help Find the Right Employees the First Time
Wednesday, October 28, 2015 6:20 AM

Selecting the best candidates to fill positions at your credit union can be difficult. When you're basing decisions on only a job application, a resume, or a checklist of standard questions, identifying a good skills match and predicting how they might behave in various business scenarios can be almost impossible.

Profiles International and Employment Technology Corporation (ETC) can help remove the guesswork. Together, the Profiles International/ETC pre-employment solution assists in: determining which candidates have the right attitude and skills; matching candidates to jobs for which they are best suited; and simulating real-world work situations so you can better understand how they will perform in your organization.

How? Register for a series of two 45-minute webinars that will show you how Profiles International/ETC can assist you, not only in the new hire process, but well beyond. Your pre-employment decision-making just got easier.

Wednesday, Dec. 2 | 2–2:45 p.m.
Employment Technology Corporation offers employment simulations that are science driven and research proven. By immersing candidates in realistic interactions and real-life work situations, employers are equipped with insight about a candidate's skill level prior to making hiring decisions. The predictive power of simulations saves businesses worldwide millions of dollars each year.

Thursday, Dec. 3 | 2–2:45 p.m.
Profiles International offers assessments that enable organizations to select the right people and develop them to their full potential. Their most popular assessment is the Profiles XT, a multi-purpose "Total Person" tool that measures how well an individual fits specific jobs in your credit union by assessing thinking style, behavioral traits, and occupational interests.

For more information or to register for one or both of these webinars, please contact Kimberly Jones at 469-385-6432.