You want to understand how you assess candidates, how they feel, and how your managers feel. You want assessment with parity and fairness. Right now, you don’t have a great understanding of engagement or assessment effectiveness.
Assessment, Automation, AI, and Analytics Impact on Employment
Aspen Analytics studies employer use of automation, technology, assessment, and data analysis to make hiring and work assignment decisions and the adverse impacts those decisions have on workforce engagement, composition, demographics, tenure, and skill development.
Aspen Analytics wants to collect and provide as much information as possible to improve recruiting and assessment. We’ve developed a series of surveys and tools that allow us to do that so recruiters can hone their skills and advance their careers. This is a free service in exchange for your data and insight on how talent is assessed.
You control the use of these tools. We are hopeful you engage them regularly and review your data regularly to replicate your positive performance, address areas that need improvement, and share with your colleagues.
These tools are made to allow for anonymity and to avoid “gaming the system”. It will be difficult to stack the deck or fake out results, so you can depend on these tools to not only improve your own performance, but also show others how you are doing, and how your candidates / managers feel about your performance.
Once you have allocated enough survey responses and recorded your ongoing weekly or monthly results, you will start getting reports on your performance versus your peer group to know where you stand in the recruiting community. When needed, you can request that we take your scores and records and send them to your supervisor prior to your performance / merit increase dialogue OR even to a new potential boss where you have applied recently. You can also have someone solicit for your transcript, and provided you approve, we will send it along.