Dr. Nigel Guenole

The Role for Assessments in a Tight Labor Market

Written by Nigel Guenole and others | May 3, 2019 | Skills, Talent Acquisition

Dr. James Longabaugh also contributed to this article. Assessments based upon rigor and sound science are generally a reliable and valid approach for identifying a qualified shortlist of candidates from a large talent pool. But, in today’s tight labor market, a large talent pool may be a rare luxury. When potential candidates are in short ...read more


Adverse Impact Analysis: Common challenges and possible solutions

Written by Nigel Guenole and others | April 1, 2019 | Diversity and Inclusion, Smarter Workforce

Dr. Jane Wu and Dr. Sheri Feinzig also contributed to this article. Adverse impact is a critical consideration when making decisions about employees. Anyone using tools to assist with decisions – whether traditional assessment methods or newer technologies such as artificial intelligence (AI) – needs to understand what adverse impact is, how to measure it, ...read more


Resolving Data Privacy Dilemmas in HR Analytics

Written by Nigel Guenole | June 25, 2018 | HR Innovation, Smarter Workforce

HR professionals frequently confront moral and ethical dilemmas. The ever-increasing abundance of data can contribute to such dilemmas, while advancing analytics capabilities are not providing the answers. While organizations are keen to leverage employee information for HR analytics in ways that yield the most benefit for the business, employees might prefer to keep their data ...read more


Three Immediate Steps to Prepare for AI in HR

Written by Nigel Guenole | June 24, 2018 | HR and AI, Smarter Workforce

The scale and time pressures involved in effectively meeting HR goals today can feel insurmountable, even in moderate sized organizations. However, across industries, emerging technologies like artificial intelligence are helping to relieve this burden, freeing up time for HR professionals to focus on strategic initiatives. Analysts predict that AI augmentation will recover 6.2 billion hours ...read more