Case Study: Predictive Hiring at Notre Dame Federal Credit Union

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In the high-stakes world of hiring, it’s crucial to ensure you’re recruiting the most qualified people. But, in this era of skill shortages and talent wars, how can you hire with confidence? Best-in-class companies are turning to predictive talent analytics for a scientifically tested and proven method to do just this.
Learn how Karen Moscato, CHRO for Notre Dame Federal Credit Union, is optimizing her team’s hiring process, including:

» How to avoid bad candidates
» How to reduce first-year turnover
» How to predict higher performing candidates
» How to increase efficiency by cutting reference-checking time

In addition to hearing Karen discuss her best practices at Notre Dame Federal Credit Union, SkillSurvey, will discuss new science-based methods to assess the key predictors of successful hires. Discover how predictive talent analytics can provide you with the tools you need to achieve similar results at your financial institution’s HR department.


Karen Moscato
Notre Dame Federal Credit Union
Karen A. Moscato is an experienced business partner at Notre Dame Federal Credit Union with an expertise in Human Resources. She began her career at NDFCU in 2003 as Vice President of Human Resources. With a change in CEO, she was moved into the position of Chief HR Officer with main responsibilities in Workforce Analytics and Talent Management and Acquisition. She also directs benefits, compensation and strategic planning with the executive team for business results.

Karen holds a Masters degree from Loyola University and BS and BA in Education and Organizational Management from Bethel College and Saint Francis University, Cum laude. She is a national member of SHRM and a member of the Michiana Chapter in South Bend, IN.

Karen has delivered speaking engagements to various professional groups on Workforce Analytics. Prior to her joining NDFCU, she was HR Director of the Midwest and East regions at PDC out of Monterey, California. Karen lives in South Bend with her rescue dog Lizzie.