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HR decisions in every enterprise and organization all around the world have one thing in common:
The more accurate they are, the better. For everybody involved.
Commonly, most HR decisions are consequently made on base of their preceding processes and procedures of gathering and handling information on specific issues, in which almost every time people or even groups of individuals are involved into or, at least have to deal with their outcomes.
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Thus, the quality and appropriateness of HR decisions directly depends on the elaborateness, relevance and quality of its preceding processes and procedures leading to them. And, HR decisions are no play to reputable organizations recognizing their responsibility regarding them.
Considering a certain HR desicion, like e.g. hiring a new employee, the essential preceding process of this decision definitely is the accomplishment of an occupational assessment, i.e. a suitability evaluation of the candidates with stringent reference to the requirements profile of the specific job in question.
The consequent HR decision of hiring the one certain candidate (of hundreds or even thousands who have applied for the job) will be as reliable and valid, as the preceding suitability evaluation process itself was reliable and valid in identifying this one best fitting candidate.
As what accuracy and other important criteria are all about in HR processes, has at the best been integrated in the new international quality standard ISO 10667-1/2:2011 'Assessment service delivery - Procedures and methods to assess people in work and organizational settings.'.
Towering Certification International offers personnel licensing on ISO 10667-1:2011 and ISO 10667-2:2011, as well as organizational certification on ISO 10667-2:2011.