The Pros and Cons of Using Pre-Employment Assessments

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With the number of organizations choosing to mass hire increasing rapidly, things can get overwhelming for HR teams. The average time it takes for a recruiter to screen a resume is around 6-7 seconds each. While that seems quick if thousands of resumes are coming in regularly that task can take up a lot of time. Pre-employment assessments aim to help recruiters by cutting unqualified candidates out of the running before resources have to be expended on them. However, like any other tool, these tests have their downsides. Here are some of the pros and cons of using pre-employment

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