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Shaker Brings Pre-Employment Assessment Technology to SHRM Talent Management Conference

by Joseph Murphy

Shaker, the market leader in engaging realistic job previews and custom simulations for pre-employment testing, will spotlight its renowned Virtual Job Tryout® technology at the SHRM 2016 Talent Management Conference & Exposition, Monday, April 18 through Wednesday, April 20, 2016.

Shaker will exhibit at Booth No. 219.

As any HR professional knows, hiring the right candidate for the job is easier said than done. A seesaw of variables, the talent acquisition process can be time-consuming and labor-intensive. Employers need a better way to assess candidate fit and make hiring decisions more efficiently.

During the SHRM 2016 Talent Management Conference & Exposition, representatives from Shaker will be on hand demonstrating the company’s Virtual Job Tryout technology. Using predictive modeling to anticipate performance, the Virtual Job Tryout enables companies to see potential employees in action by engaging them in simulated on-the-job scenarios, offering them a test drive of key tasks and more. Virtual Job Tryout technology provides candidates a realistic job preview to better evaluate fit, empowering recruiters with actionable data that optimizes the recruiting process, saving time, reducing costs, and improving quality of hire. Employers have used the Virtual Job Tryout to reduce candidate flow effort by 20 to 30 percent, increase new-hire retention by 30 to 50 percent, and realize a boost in employee performance of 20 to 125 percent.

HR leaders and recruiters interested in learning how the Virtual Job Tryout—available in Standard and Enterprise (custom) versions—can help their organizations improve hiring using selection science are encouraged to visit conference supporter Shaker at Booth No. 219 for more information and product demonstrations. To register for the SHRM 2016 Talent Management Conference & Exposition, visit conferences.shrm.org/talent-conference.