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Professional Development Courses
Are you looking to further your professional skills while working remotely? Take one of our professional development courses virtually.
Applicant Assessment: Introducing Science to Selection Webinar
Measuring your applicants against critical job competencies is the best way to make effective hiring decisions. In addition to an Occupational Questionnaire and Hiring Manager Interview, Federal agencies have a variety of selection tools at their disposal, including integrated online assessments.
The inclusion of an online assessment can help reduce applicant score inflation, measure key job competencies, and provide a more reliable picture of applicant quality.
This webinar will introduce the Monster Applicant Assessment product – fully integrated within Hiring Management – and discuss its use in a multiple hurdle assessment process. Monster Applicant Assessment allows Hiring Management clients to add a custom or off-the-shelf assessment to a vacancy announcement and automatically capture applicant scores. In this webinar, you will also learn the importance of aligning your assessment tools with job analysis results and methods of validating assessments.
By registering for this webinar, we’ll show you how to:
• Implement assessments at your agency using Hiring Management
• Understand the assessment process from job analysis to assessment administration
• View how to complete an assessment from the applicant’s standpoint
• Ask questions about Applicant Assessment at your agency
In addition, a member of the MGS Organizational Psychologist team will discuss:
• Selection tools available for Federal hiring
• Using multiple hurdle assessments
• Job analysis and policy compliance
• Impacting organizational performance with assessments
Download the On Demand Webinar
NASWA Winter Policy Forum 2021
Wednesday, February 10, 2021 - Virtual
Thursday, February 11, 2021 - Virtual
The Winter Policy Forum is a gathering for NASWA state workforce members to discuss current and developing trends in the workforce system and how they will be affected by changes occurring in the national landscape. The meeting focuses on collaborating with representatives from the Administration, Congress, U.S. Department of Labor, Intergovernmental (IGO) partner organizations, WIOA partner groups and other D.C. policy-making groups.s stated in the Office of Management Budget, Memo-19-16, Shared Services will create efficiencies and optimize the workforce by shifting resources to higher value work and reducing duplication across agencies. The President's Management Agenda (PMA) identifies Cross-Agency Priority (CAP) goals to target those areas where multiple agencies must collaborate to effect change and report progress.