Insight: Realism that benefits both recruiters and candidates

Multimedia situational judgement tests are a boon for recruiters, but they can also give candidates an accurate idea of what it’s like to work in a given office

A job search is a two-way street. In a talent-short market where churn is a significant issue for many employers, it’s vital not only to engage candidates but also to give them a realistic view of both the role and the organisation.

To proactively address these issues, many recruiters are exploring and using multimedia situational judgement tests (SJTs) – online...

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