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Central Florida firm listed as one of top modeling, simulation, and training companies in six-county metropolitan area

 

Employment Technologies, the pioneer and world’s leading developer of job simulations for talent prediction, has been included in the 2017 ranking of Central Florida’s Largest Modeling, Simulation, and Training Companies. The list was published by the Orlando Business Journal on August 11, 2017.

The weekly Central Florida business newspaper annually publishes a variety of lists of leading companies in different influential business categories ranging from communications to technology. The 2017 Modeling, Simulation, and Training ranking was compiled from leading Central Florida (Brevard, Lake, Osceola, Orange, Seminole, and Volusia counties) technology companies in fields ranging from aerospace to business intelligence.

Employment Technologies has gained national recognition as a developer of simulation-based employment tests and virtual interviews. Human Resource Executive magazine has recognized Employment Technologies five different times as Top HR Product of the Year.

“The technical expertise and creativity of our staff has been a driving force in the development of our simulation-based hiring tools,” said Employment Technologies Joseph Sefcik, founder and president. “The recognition afforded our company by Orlando Business Journal positively reflects on what our team has accomplished. Inclusion in this list, which includes some of the most innovative technological leaders in the U.S. is, indeed, special recognition for us.”

For well over 20 years, Employment Technologies has focused on the application of simulation technology to improve the accuracy and fairness of employment testing. Our team pioneered the use of simulation for talent prediction at a time when the only available tests were paper and pencil assessments. As such, our research led the employment testing industry to adopt and create an entirely new classification of testing: employment simulations.

To learn more about simulation-based hiring and employee development tools, click here.

 

Orlando Business Journal covers general business news and major events in Florida and around the world. It is part of the American City Business Journals (ACBJ). ACBJ is the largest publisher of metropolitan business newsweeklies in the United States, with 43 business publications across the country reaching more than 3.6 million readers each week.

 

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