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Yves Lermusi

Yves Lermusi (aka Lermusiaux) is CEO & co-founder of Checkster. Mr. Lermusi is a well known public speaker and a Career and Talent industry commentator. He is often quoted in the leading business media worldwide, including Fortune, The Wall Street Journal, Financial Times, Business Week, and Time Magazine. His articles and commentary are published regularly in online publications and business magazines. Mr. Lermusi was named one of the “100 Most Influential People in the Recruiting Industry” and his blog has been recognized as the best third party blog.
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What can you learn from Harvard Business School admission process?

By Yves Lermusi

After reading an article about Harvard Business School admissions, where about 12% of applicants are accepted, I think all organizations can learn one thing regarding recommendations or reference checking, and one thing about motivation assessment.

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Talent Acquisition External Spending - Too Much in the Wrong Place?

By Yves Lermusi

When I saw the chart below, it became clear to me why third party recruiters still have such a share,.... they spend more of their budget on assessing candidates and making sure the quality is there. As long as most of the budget of corporations is spent on sourcing (job boards, print,...), they can't claim the strategic relevance and role search firms have. To learn how companies improve quality of hire, read our white paper on it here.

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Facebook, Personality, Talent Assessment & Job Performance

By Yves Lermusi

An interesting new study from the Northern Illinois University’s College of Business, showed that " 10-minute perusal of Facebook pages were actually a stronger predictor of a candidate’s likelihood to excel in a job than the personality surveys that many companies require job candidates to complete."

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Cool and Creative Resume Formats

By Yves Lermusi

The resume is not dead, at least not for some creative people shown in Business Insider, have a look below, pretty interesting! Maybe a good way to better assess candidates, make better talent decisions and select which candidate references you can ask to participate to your digital reference checking and what to ask them.

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Quality of Hire Report - Are you Blind?

By Yves Lermusi
Quality of hire is the strategic tool for any organizations and certainly for Talent acquisition departments.

 

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Social Assessment...

By Yves Lermusi

A new term we are using to describe the transformation of reference checking. I will be describing this in more details at Taleo World with Cargill. The presentation, Social Assessment: The New Pathway to Quality of Hire, will describe how Cargill has been transforming the inefficient and ineffective telephone reference checking process into an innovative method, often called Reference Check 2.0 or Social Assessment. Borrowing from the collective intelligence - proven decision science, as demonstrated by Google, Yelp or TripAdvisor, this presentation applies that science to talent assessment for better results and reduced costs.

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Why Talent Management is R&D most important asset

By Yves Lermusi

According to a McKinsey research on research and development drivers of success: "Talent is the most important driver of their productivity and shows the highest level of correlation. Interestingly, talent management is also the practice that has the highest opportunity for improvement."

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Checkster's Talent Checkup: Confirm Your Strengths & Weaknesses

By Yves Lermusi

Heather Huhman at U.S.News & World Report wrote a piece on tools that are likely to complement if not replace the resume.

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Reference Check 2.0 new standard for recruiting assessments

By Yves Lermusi

See how Reference Check 2.0 leverages collective intelligence to emerge as a new standard for recruiting assessments in the comments John Younger, CEO of RPO Accolo made here.

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Checkster article in HR Executive Magazine

By Yves Lermusi

"... the 360-degree review has been an accepted tool... but thanks to technological advances that have made it cheaper and more readily available for new-hire reviews of line workers, such tools may soon become even more popular."

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