Insight: Time for a more authentic assessment experience

Forget exam-style testing – an approach that simulates the true nature of work may be the way forward for both recruiters and candidates

Rule number one when recruiting is to find candidates who are best suited to the jobs on offer. But too often, that doesn’t happen.

Firms invest time and money in recruitment processes that don’t really match candidates to jobs. Instead, they match people to criteria that may be in some way, but not fully, related to some aspects of a job.

In doing so,...

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