While Social Collaboration Dominates Human Capital Management Trends Only New Talent Chaser Offers a Proven Evidence-Based Recruitment Solution

As trends in human capital management applications turn to social collaboration and practices such as the utilization of Twitter and Facebook, only Talent Chaser offers organizations a proven evidence-based solution to recruit, engage, and retain talent in a workforce. The new HR technology adds value not hype and mathematically correlates the way in which job applicants answer personality test questions with the performance ratings they subsequently receive from their managers. As an early adopter, the non-profit organization, Volunteers of America Chesapeake, implemented Talent Chaser to examine their performance evaluation and new-hire screening process. As a result, they increased their revenue per employee 24 percent over the past year, reduced the number of the people on its payroll by 100, while reducing annual staff turnover by an impressive 43 percent.

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More than 84 percent of staff recruited using Talent Chaser achieve high ratings.

“There is a tremendous amount of hype surrounding social collaboration, including the utilization of Twitter and Facebook, to recruit new talent,” said Dr. Carl Aylen, President/CEO of The Cambridge Don, the creators of Talent Chaser.

Chicago, IL (PRWEB) October 19, 2012

As human capital management trends embrace the much-hyped technologies of social collaboration and mobile computing, one new HR technology solution is proving to add value and multiple business benefits for organizations which implement it. Talent Chaser is the first and only evidence-based HR technology that assists with the recruitment of personnel and also the daily management of staff – two functions which have traditionally operated independently from one another. As companies try to evaluate which new human capital management applications are hype – or have the potential to add value and multiple business benefits – only Talent Chaser offers organizations the unique evidence-based job applicant screening system that can positively affect the bottom line. While personality tests have become the predominant method of job applicant screening, with human resource professionals reviewing test results and creating a short list of applicants to be interviewed, there is no hard evidence this traditional method of hiring will lead to high performers. Only Talent Chaser can accurately predict which job applicants will be high performers. More than 84 percent of staff recruited using this evidence-based HR software achieve high ratings.

“There is a tremendous amount of hype surrounding social collaboration, including the utilization of Twitter and Facebook, to recruit new talent,” said Dr. Carl Aylen, President/CEO of The Cambridge Don, the creators of Talent Chaser. “However, only Talent Chaser with its evidence-based recruitment method is proven to add value and business benefits to an organization or company. This is crucial because budgets are extremely tight and companies require a proven HR technology solution not just trendy hype. It is critical to have the right person in the right job – and only Talent Chaser has the evidence that it can deliver.”

Talent Chaser mathematically correlates the way in which job applicants answer personality test questions with the performance ratings they subsequently receive from their managers. More specifically, it uses a 20-Minute Multiple-Choice Performance Profile Questionnaire to identify behavioral tendencies and compare them with actual Performance Ratings for specific job positions in the software’s Performance Appraisal Module. This information is used as the basis of an automated interpretive system (similar to artificial intelligence) that identifies high performers and automatically adapts this interpretive process on the basis of a continuous stream of evidence. The online exam literally delivers role-specific comparisons which are then used to screen job applicants.

“Just one example of the value Talent Chaser delivered to an organization is the non-profit organization Volunteers of America Chesapeake,” continued Aylen. “They implemented Talent Chaser to examine their performance evaluation and new-hire screening process and as a result increased their revenue per employee 24 percent over the past year, reduced the number of the people on their payroll by 100, while reducing annual staff turnover an impressive 43 percent.”

Visit http://www.talentchaser.com for more information.

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