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Online Assessment Platforms in Recruitment: Why and How?

Assessments are an essential part of the recruiting process and are sandwiched between the initial screening process and the final interview. Assessments provide concrete, objective results, unlike resumes and interviews, that are subjective and can be fudged. A well-designed assessment can be standardized for all applicants, and the results of the tests can be used to make a more informed decision when hiring the right candidate. 

5 Tips for Recruiting Generation Z Employees

Generation Z – also referred to as the Digital Natives – is the group that comes after Generation Y (or the infamous Millennials). Generation Z individuals are those that were born between 1995 and 2009, making up for about 25.9% of the US population. By 2020, this generation is expected to contribute about $44 billion to the US economy and make up a third of its total population.

De-mystifying Pre-hiring Assessments: Part 2- Cognitive Assessments

Looking for the right candidate goes beyond just skill-hunting. The ideal candidate is not just adept with the required skills but is committed to updating himself every day. Cognitive assessment deals with the branch of science that is focused on analyzing the behavioral patterns of the human mind to understand why we do the things we do. Cognitive assessments essentially measure the extent to which the candidate can learn.

De-mystifying Pre-Hiring Assessments: Behavioral Assessments

Pre-hiring assessments play a vital role when it comes to choosing the right candidate based on a variety of requirements. In order to effectively utilise the tools to their best use, it is important to fully understand  the functionalities and limitations of these assessments. 

What do Assessments in the Age of AI look like?

Talview, in association with Pearson, recently conducted a webinar that covered “Assessments in the Age of AI”. The webinar was hosted and delivered by Matt Pietsch, CSO, Talview and Shashir Shetty, National Sales Manager, Pearson.

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The Online Assessments Playbook - Taking Aptitude Tests Online

Aptitude tests were first used in recruitment for the US Army during the first World War. Developed by psychologist Carl Brigham, aptitude tests are designed to assess an individual’s potential to develop. 

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