Nov 17, 2017
Organisations can enhance their talent management practices and transform their success by combining and utilising employee data from assessments, performance reviews, engagement surveys, exit polls and other measures, according to a new white paper from.
Nov 15, 2017
With so much to remember when you're planning and preparing for Christmas, you may need a little practise to ensure you don't forget anything.
Oct 09, 2017
Employers are jeopardising their employer brand and their bottom line by persisting with outdated, boring and uninformative 'skills-only' selection processes that fail to meet the expectations of job candidates, according to a new white paper from Aon...
Sep 19, 2017
A web-based platform which enables recruiters to plan, create, implement and manage more efficient, paperless assessment and development centres is now available from cut-e, the international assessment specialist.
Sep 11, 2017
A customisable, online game-based assessment, which has the appeal of a game and allows recruiters to embed specific ability tests and other measures, has been launched by assessment specialist cut-e.
Aug 30, 2017
Assessment specialist cut-e has launched an enhanced version of its online recruitment tool snap-it, which not only makes it easy to create detailed job descriptions, it calculates the person-job fit for each candidate and provides a guide to support...
Aug 22, 2017
Dave Bartram, the former chief psychologist at CEB and research director for SHL Group, has been appointed to Aon's Scientific Advisory Board on assessment, in a part-time role as an external advisor.
Aug 09, 2017
Job candidates innocently assume that if they take an assessment test on their tablet or smartphone, they'll achieve the same result that they'd get on a desktop computer.
Jun 20, 2017
A new multitasking test which assesses the listening, concentration and reaction abilities of captains, first officers and cadets has been launched by cut-e, the international assessment specialist.
Jun 08, 2017
The specific competencies and behaviours that airline captains, first officers and cadets need to successfully undertake their jobs are revealed in a new research study from international assessment specialist cut-e.