Selection & Assessment  

Organisations are moving towards measuring behaviours, motivators, cultural fit, adaptability – all things a person brings with them as the working world evolves – rather than looking at work experience, current skills, academics.

 

Candidates expect a fully digitised, personalised, consumer-grade assessment experience. To meet this, a growing number of assessment providers offer engaging, gamified, automated assessments that provide a seamless journey from application to final stage assessments.  

 

AI will soon become commonplace; for screening CVs, assessing video interviews, even assessing language skills. If applied correctly, these latest technologies make assessments more accessible to candidates, more predictive of performance - and ensure an organisation stands out as being at the cutting edge of innovation.

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Client Challenges

Subject Matter Expert 

Patrick Lockhart

Lead Consulting Partner & Assessment Lead, EMEA

We know that some of the challenges you are experiencing are also commonplace with some of our other clients. 

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Common Challenges

 

  1. Navigating and discerning between the wide range of innovative assessment options

  2. Offering a seamless, consumer-grade, mobile-first candidate experience

  3. Ensuring quick, engaging and gamified still means valid, predictive and inclusive

  4. Not losing focus on the human side of assessment

  5. Having a forward-thinking approach to data collection and platform integration