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5 Popular Personality Tests and Their Use in Pre-Employment Assessment

The Hire Talent

“What a charming personality he has! ” “Her strong, result-oriented personality recommends her for a management position!” How many Fortune 500 companies asked recruiters to apply popular personality tests when assessing job candidates?

15 Tough Interview Questions Candidates Won’t Expect

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As professional recruiters, we know that we have to go beyond run-of-the-mill interviews and draft some tough interview questions to challenge the candidates when we want to hire talent. Why Do We Need to Ask Candidates Tough Interview Questions?

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10 Crucial Project Management Skills to Identify and Test

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When it comes to abilities, responsibilities, and aptitudes, The Project Management Institute identified three competency dimensions: knowledge, personal, and performance. As you can see, hiring talented project managers and assessing project management skills is a challenging duty.

The Multitasking Test: How to Find Superheroes

The Hire Talent

A person who shows a visible multitasking ability is one who can complete correctly two or more tasks at the same time. We Could Predict Multitasking by Assessing Personality and Mental Abilities. Abilities – PersonalityBehavior – Multitasking: What is the Correlation?

Testing Integrity in Candidates: Are You Doing It Right?

The Hire Talent

All companies and organizations want to hire competent employees that show impressive knowledge, skills, and charming personalities. But how about hiring for integrity in the workplace, for honesty, high morals, and tendencies towards “good behavior?”

Job Interviews Have Become Predictable and Ineffective – Here Are 10 Ways to Change That

Linkedin Talent Blog

Interviewing is a well-established component of hiring that you have probably used for years without much change. But, now that the use of data and technology has begun to permeate recruiting, every aspect of interviewing is undergoing close examination and change. It’s important for those responsible for hiring to keep track of these developments because some of the new alternative interview and assessment approaches are both powerful and exciting.