The global leader in strengths-based and science-backed human resource solutions, Cappfinity, has unveiled a new suite of immersive virtual reality experiences to assist talent acquisition leaders in recruiting and retaining strong candidates.
The new VR experiences are the latest entrant to the company’s portfolio of recruitment and development solutions that help comprehend behaviors to provide role-specific insights for hiring managers. The company is demonstrating its end-to-end solutions from June 7th to 9th at the National Association of Colleges and Employers (NACE) Conference and Expo in Portland, Oregon.
“From an employer’s perspective, our new VR solutions and digital work simulations offer unforgettable candidate experiences and transformative unbiased insights that support informed hiring decisions,” said Nicky Garcea, co-founder and Head of America Sales for Cappfinity.
Observing and analyzing a candidate’s behavioral strengths helps the hiring managers identify potential, discover hidden talents, capitalize on adjacent skills, and eliminate bias in hiring. Cappfinity’s newly expanded suite will enable talent leaders to take assistance from accurate predictors of success for a particular role to accelerate hiring while keeping the process fair. It would also aid in high-impact onboarding and subsequent employee retention.
According to a survey by The Wall Street Journal, 38% of Americans landing jobs since January 2021 have quit within a year. Moreover, according to the National Association of Colleges and Employers (NACE), the top in-demand skills presently include problem-solving, analytical or quantitative reasoning, and teamwork. However, the preferred skills change over time, requiring recruiters to evaluate the accurate predictors of success in a specific role.
As per Cappfinity’s Candidate Driven Job Market report, Gen Z and Millennial job seekers desire to showcase their abilities and demonstrate how they would approach tasks associated with the job. Realistic job previews and virtual work simulations can help achieve these objectives and make the hiring process more effective for both the candidates and the recruiters.
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