TalentSorter provides you with five powerful reports (see samples below):
They are just a click away, conveniently available to you from wherever you are working in the system. See quick overview and sample reports below.
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The Ideal Candidate Report is about the job. A new one is generated every time you complete a position analysis and add a new job to your library. It identifies the traits and characteristics most critical to success in that role, and points out what you should be looking for in candidates.
The Individual Report is about the candidate who completed the assessment. Broken down into two sections, it discusses in detail the person’s Signature Traits – the areas where this person stands out from others, and that will most define them in the eyes of others. Many employers opt to share this report with candidates; there is a powerful exercise included with this report.
The Job Fit Report provides you with a detailed comparison of the candidate, projecting them into the role. You will see at a glance where they are on target compared to the ‘Ideal Candidate’, and where they are off target… and the easy-to-read comments will give you clear insights into how the person will likely perform day-to-day.
The Interview Guide is exactly that – it takes what we know about the candidate in relation to the job, and generates a suggested interview for you, helping you focus the conversation and get to what matters most, quickly. You’ll interview like you have X-Ray glasses.
The Coaching Guide (coming shortly) is much like the Interview guide, it looks at the person in relation to the job – instead of interview questions, though, this report is chock full of coaching tips that provide the manager with clear direction on how to set the individual up for success.
The Application Package assembles all the information gathered about an applicant over the course of the process – their contact information, FitScore™, responses to the pre-screen questions, education, work experience, and willingness to take responsibility to line up references for you – in one single, comprehensive document that can be sent to a hiring manager for review, or if they are hired, to serve as a permanent record in their personnel file.
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