Hire the Best Fit for Any Role With Confidence
When applying for an open position, job candidates will naturally highlight their strengths and minimize their weaknesses. In order to avoid the hassle of vetting bad fits, what if you added science to the decision-making process?
The PI Hire solution is a powerful framework which helps to pinpoint the ideal fit for any role and streamline your recruiting process. With a blend of world-class technology, leadership training, and expert consultant support, we give you the tools and knowledge you need to hire top talent and manage with clarity.
- PI Job Assessment™ –You can’t make a smart hire without knowing what behaviors and cognitive ability the role requires. Benchmark your top performers and facilitate a discussion to establish critical factors for the role. Create a Job Target before posting your job ad.
- PI Workforce Assessments – Add rigor to your hiring process. Send each candidate the PI Behavioral Assessment™ and the PI Cognitive Assessment™ to help determine their overall fit for the role. PI assessment links can even be embedded within your job ads.
Until you’ve determined what you’re looking for in a candidate, don’t post your job ad. Otherwise, your hiring team is shooting in the dark. Identify multiple qualified candidates so you won’t be tempted to settle for the wrong one. The PI Job Assessment guides you through creating a behavioral and cognitive profile for the role, otherwise known as a Job Target. Match your candidates to a behavioral and cognitive profile, focus on the top matches, and target your questions to understand each candidate’s strengths.
- Match Score – Save time with Match Score. Our platform stack ranks applicants based on behavioral fit and cognitive fit. Screening resumes has never been simpler, allowing you to focus on the candidates most likely to succeed.
- Interview Guide – The interview process should not be an unstructured conversation. Use our Interview Guide to focus in on the candidate’s fits and gaps pertaining to the role, target the conversation, and further explore any areas of misalignment.
In fact, research shows that there are four forces that destroy employee engagement – a misalignment between:
- The employee and their Job
- The employee and their Manager
- The employee and the people on their Team
- The employee and the Organization
Most companies don’t consider how a new hire will affect the team. When you bring on a new team member, you’re essentially creating a new team.
Avoid these problems by screening candidates for job fit and team fit. Our software shows you how candidates compare to existing team members—and how they’re likely to interact.