Understand Quality of Hire with a Person’s Web Presence

Quality of hire is keeping talent teams up at night. Over time, we’ve had so many tools at our disposal, including resumes, interviews, and pre-hire assessments. But, the struggle is still real.

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Top talent teams are turning to online candidate screening as the answer.

On July 18th, 2024, experts Hung Lee and Ben Mones will walk webinar attendees through:

  • Why most screening and assessment tools can’t meaningfully impact quality of hire
  • 3 factors someone’s web presence can reveal about a person that improves quality of hire
  • Tools that compliantly, ethically, and frictionlessly analyze those 3 factors in a candidate’s web presence

Learn more about the future of TA Tech and how the top talent teams are leveraging online candidate screening to improve their hiring processes and outcomes. If you’re in Talent Acquisition, Human Resources, or a business leader looking to up your recruitment game, this webinar is one you won’t want to miss.

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About the speakers:

Hung Lee, Editor of Recruiting Brainfood

Hung Lee is the Editor of leading industry newsletter Recruiting Brainfood.

He is an industry professional with over 20 years experience as an agency recruiter, Recruitment manager, Internal Head of Talent, recruitment trainer, founder of award winning online recruiting platform WorkShape.io, and now Editor and Community builder at Recruiting Brainfood - the best weekly newsletter in recruitment. 

Ben Mones, CEO Fama Technologies

Ben Mones is the founder and CEO of Fama, a modern candidate screening solution that makes hiring great people easy. Fama leverages online signals to identify candidate fit, helping organizations answer the big questions like: how might a candidate act around coworkers or customers when they join? He founded Fama in 2015 after missing a critical risk on a new hire that was plainly apparent online.

Prior to Fama, Ben held a number of executive roles at a variety of startups in the Bay Area and New York City. Ben is also a mentor on the Go-to-Market Advisory Council of Alchemist Accelerator, which is focused on accelerating the development of seed-stage ventures.

Ben has been a guest lecturer at MIT Sloan School of Management, UCLA Anderson School of Management and USC Marshall School of Business, and has also been featured in CNBC, Fast Company, Los Angeles Times, TechCrunch and the Wall Street Journal. He holds a Bachelor of Arts from Vanderbilt University and is based in Los Angeles, California.