The data tells us that traditional selection criteria, like GPA, is often not predictive of on-the-job performance. That's because, for example, GPA is a measure designed to be predictive of success in college or graduate school, not in a particular job.
<aside> 💡 In fact, choosing a candidate based on their GPA typically increases the likelihood of hiring a strong performer by only 4% over completely random selection.
Suited's probability percentage is statistically more predictive, and less biased, than other forms of candidate selection criteria. On average, Suited improved clients' accuracy identifying high-potential candidates by 10-20x over traditional resume screening. See here for more information.
By relying on the probability percentage instead of GPA, you will build a much higher quality interview slate in a fraction of the time.
<aside> ⬆️ Clients have reported a 75% increase in speed of candidate screening using Suited's predictions