A recruitment process your budget can get behind

Everyone knows recruitment is expensive. It's considered a necessary evil. 

But there's so much you can do to make the process more affordable. 


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Pre-hire assessments are good for your bottom line

Each individual hire costs you money. It costs your hiring team's time to read resumes, sit for interviews, and make their decision. It costs time and resources to train your new hire. And it costs you to do it all over again if the new hire resigns (or is terminated). That's money you could be using to grow your business! 

Our pre-hire assessments help you to save recruitment cash so you can spend it on bigger and better things. 

Assessments help you to make better talent decisions. And when you hire the right people, you dramatically reduce your staff turnover. 

When Clean MD used our assessments, they experienced a 53% decrease in staff turnover. They also found their new technician hires' performances were significantly better than previous hires, requiring less oversight from managers and ultimately reducing the need to pay overtime at high managerial rates. You can read the full case study here

A consumer finance company used the Criteria Cognitive Aptitude Test (CCAT) to predict candidate trainability. All candidates who scored highly on the CCAT successfully completed training, while only 49% of the low-scoring candidates completed training. Using the CCAT helped the company to select more capable candidates, resulting in much shorter (and more affordable) training periods. Check out the full case study here

On top of helping you to find better hires, the assessments also take on some of the recruiter's workload, so each hire takes less time to make. Fewer interviews are needed when the assessments narrow down the shortlist for you. 


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Although the benefits are seemingly endless, it's important to ensure pre-hire assessments are beneficial for your organisation's specific needs. Return on investment (ROI) is a great way to measure if assessments are a worthwhile investment. 

To determine your potential ROI, calculate the total cost of using assessments. This includes our subscription cost, training costs, report interpretation, and any labour costs involved in implementing and managing the assessments. 

Then calculate the gains - your saved costs from reduced turnover, extra sales from increased productivity, saved costs from reduction in accident and injury rates, and saved costs from time saved in the recruitment process. 

If your gains are higher than the costs of investment, then assessments are worth your while. If it's not worthwhile for you, it's possible you need a more affordable subscription plan. Additionally, you can increase your investment gains by adjusting the way you use our assessments. 


Criteria's pricing is tailored to you

Our pricing model is set up to accommodate businesses of all shapes and sizes. We offer tiered pricing so you can find the right subscription plan for you.

We charge a flat-fee subscription rate, so your recruitment budget stays predictable. All of our add-ons have transparent pricing, so you know exactly the value you're getting for your money. 


Recruitment doesn't have to be time-consuming and expensive. With the right selection, you can reduce your employee turnover, training, and hiring costs. 

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