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Achieving Productivity through Data-Driven Talent Decisions

February 21, 2019 Aon's Assessment Solutions

How Smart Employee Data from Psychometrics and Other Measures Can Benefit Your Business at Each Stage of the Talent Management Lifecycle

Securing the right people, developing a strong employer brand and value proposition, and aligning your people with your corporate goals, are vital success factors for every business. While ‘talent’ will always be the greatest asset – and often the biggest expense – for any organization, ‘data’ is a strategic resource that can help you to identify and resolve all of your talent-related challenges.

This paper provides best-practice insights, based on Aon's experience and observations, as well as case examples illustrating how leading employers are benefiting from data-driven talent decision-making.

Did You Know?

Recruiting more suitable candidates through data-driven talent decisions has helped Elkjøp increase sales by 18%.

Read more about results that Aon achieved with clients using online assessment and data-driven talent decisions.

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Aon creates smart measurement solutions with valid and innovative online assessment products. Aon is globally the preferred partner for organisations who demand the best.

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