Healthcare Company Used Behavioral Assessments to Reduce Recruiting and Hiring Costs by over $500K
Healthcare Company decided to implement a behavioral assessment program to help managers identify the best candidates for three nursing training programs in six different facilities.
- Labor & Delivery Nurse
- Emergency Room Nurse
- Operating Room Nurse
They assessed 200 candidates during a two-year period and hired 53 new nurses. All applicants completed a behavioral assessment that evaluated their cognitive behaviors and interests. Then management used an initial profile to compare the candidates with the requirements for each nursing program and assigned them to a program based on the needs for each location.
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By using the behavioral assessment and performance review data, they developed key attributes that correlated with success for each program.
During the two-year period, 16 of the 69 nurses left the program—5 less than the same period during previous years, and the hospital reduced recruiting and hiring costs by $535,000. Using behavioral assessments also helped them create a candidate profile that it can use to identify top candidates more easily to increase the success rate and reduce attrition for each of its nursing training programs.
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