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With PAN, organizations can accurately predict and impact performance, increase efficiency, and improve hiring and talent development.
Performance Assessment Network (PAN) is the ultimate talent measurement platform. We offer a simplified assessment experience for identifying, selecting, and building talent using science and data. HR professionals and consultants are hooked on our catalog of the most in-demand assessments from 50+ publishers, all on 1 flexible platform that’s intuitive for administrators and candidates alike. We’re the leader in building custom and high-stakes testing programs, offering access to 600+ proctored test centers.
To date, PAN has delivered over 20 million assessments and served more than 5,000 customers in over 20 countries. From small businesses to global entities and governments, PAN is the partner of choice in supporting successful talent measurement.
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Born in the Philippines, but raised in Noblesville, Indiana, Gayle’s interest in technology was sparked by her mother’s career as a programer. Her interest grew to passion after taking several programming classes in high school. “I loved the problem solving aspect of programming. There was always something new for me to learn.” Pursuing her newly
The Indiana Chamber of Commerce has named the 100 companies that made the prestigious Best Places to Work list in 2017. The Best Companies Group, an independent research firm, manages the annual survey competition to determine which participants are the best employers. A two part process starts with an employer benefits and policies questionnaire completed
While we’re primarily focused on Chicago’s innovation economy, we also have our eyes on all of the startup and tech activity happening throughout the entire Midwest. Here are the major tech fundings, acquisitions, mergers, moves and IPOs that went down in the region in January. Read full story here.
When it comes to choosing a career, Alexis Fink puts the emphasis on people first. Growing up in the suburbs of Carmel, Ind., did not mean that Alexis was automatically going to choose Indiana as a home after graduation. Her computer science degree from Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology would position her to work in our country’s
Indiana technology companies continued to scale during the third quarter of 2016. Our Featured Company of the Week profiles highlight an exciting roster of innovations, announcements and growth amongst rapidly emerging companies. The biggest headline went to Interactive Intelligence and the announcement of their pending acquisition by Genesys, a customer experience and contact center solutions company,
The 2016-2017 Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology freshman class will see a record-breaking number of female students. Early enrollment statistics for the 2016-17 school year reveal that 172 females will make up 30.4 percent of the 565 incoming freshman students. This number tops the previous year’s then-record enrollment by 40 students. “The new record-breaking number of
If you’ve interviewed for a job recently, it’s probable that you were asked to take a talent assessment or several tests as part of the hiring process. Organizations are recognizing that these assessments combined with structured interviews can significantly increase the likelihood of success on the job. Use of pre-hire assessment tests and popular personality instruments