#131 Josh Millet and Cherie Curtis
How gaming is changing recruitment
Josh Millet founded Los Angeles-based Criteria in 2006, a pre-employment assessment company with a simple goal: to help organizations make better hires.
With over 20 million assessments administered globally, the company has helped organizations make objective, data-driven hiring decisions that lead to better business outcomes with its scientifically validated assessments across multiple dimensions including aptitude, personality and skills. Josh holds a Ph.D. in history from Harvard University, where he was a Fulbright Scholar and a Mellon Fellow.
Cherie Curtis is the CEO of Revelian (recently acquired by Criteria), a Brisbane-based organization specializing in the development and delivery of psychometric assessments used by employers to inform hiring decisions. Cherie has been recognized as the nation’s top leader in the 2016 AIM Leadership Excellence Awards and was a finalist in the 2015 Qld Telstra Business Women’s Awards. Cherie is a registered Organizational Psychologist and Graduate Member of the Australian Institute of Company Directors.
why Criteria a US based company acquired Australian owned Revelian
how Covid has changed the talent acquisition map and made business more agile and flexible, and how data is acquired and managed
how to test those with different neurotypes and cognitive ability especially autism and those on the spectrum
discussing conscious and unconscious bias in technology and interviews
the role of video interviews and artificial intelligence in assessments
with Covid assessments and management assessments are being used earlier in the recruitment process, and shortening of interview lengths
the data suggests that structured interviews work better even though they feel awkward
discussing the ethics of the candidate experience and recruitment marketing - the onus is on the employer
bringing more candidate awareness and expectation to the interview process with the use of gaming technology
bringing cognitive neuroscience and emotional intelligence into the assessment process
discovering adaptive and learned behaviour and how that impacts progress and success
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