Automated screening could save you a bundle

Frazee, Valerie
August 1997
Workforce;Aug97 Supplement Staffing, Vol. 76, p8
Presents results of a study conducted by Reid Psychological System on employment automated-screening programs. Percentage of total number of applicants eliminated by front-end automation of the hiring process for a variety of positions; Methods on how the study processed applicants using Reid's JobsNow system; Impact of using an automated telephone-based applicant screening tool in the hiring process on quality of job applicants and administrative costs.


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