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Got an interview, facing a psychometric test?
Faced with the prospect of an economic downturn in 2009 and the increased probability of redundancy, many employees will be presented, possibility for the first time, with a personality test or aptitude test as part of their interview process.
Tests need to be used correctly
A growing number of recruiters are misusing psychometric assessments when hiring senior managers, according to a firm that devises the tests.
Psychometric testing to build profiles for advertisers
A form of psychometric testing is helping a leading national newspaper to help boost its online advertising revenue
Interviewers risk legal action
Job interviewers risk landing their organisation in legal hot water, according to recent research.
Businesses need to recruit more smartly to improve diversity
In an article by OraRuth Rother, she discusses how businesses can use pioneering recruitment techniques to boost recovery, broaden their talent pool and pre-empt the threat of new legislation.
Graduates admit trying to cheat psychometric tests
A new study has shown at least 5% of graduates have admitted to cheating in psychometric tests, with another 17% saying they would cheat if they knew how to get away with it.
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