The future is embracing all generations. Why tech-savy millenials and GenZ will add an important new dimension to your workplace.
Wyn Davies, Global Product Strategist at TalentLens, looks at why hiring the right person is more than a game of chance.
Recent research suggests there are 14 new Foundational Skills, split across three groups which are the crucial skills needed for employees and job seekers to thrive in the future.
‘We’d love more companies to consider “widening the goalposts” when it comes to their hiring requirements.’ Guest post from Gradability, finalists in this year’s OnRec Awards.
With advances in digital technology our ability to analyse ‘big data’ is evolving. But what does this mean for assessment methods? Wyn Davies looks at research presented at the SIOP conference.
The most effective teams are aware of their collective strengths as well as their development areas and blind spots. How can you use Type Tools to drive organisational engagement?
Why measurements of candidates’ personality are useful during the recruitment process.
Dr Peter Honey explains how the Learning Style Questionnaire can be used effectively within L&D; beyond enabling greater self-awareness about learning style preferences.
Applying for a graduate recruitment programme places you against potentially thousands of other people, each with a good academic record and series of extra curricular achievements. Here are ten tips to help candidates stand out from the crowd.
It’s time to discover our brand new online testing platform.
Four Steps: Dr Peter Honey discusses what managers need to do, better or differently, to create a learning-friendly environment.
HR trends for 2019 have been the topic of conversation since last year. But now that the year is well and truly underway, what areas are rising up the Google ranks already? Wellbeing, Gen Z…
You can learn new skills and, to some extent, change certain behaviors, but cognitive abilities, values and a number of behavioural traits are stable.
7 steps to help shape the team dynamic and improve performance levels. They may seem obvious but are only too easy to neglect.
The most important skill right now and for the future is ‘Critical Thinking’. Being able to separate fact from fiction and evaluate arguments well, has never been so important. But how can businesses measure Critical Thinking?
You need great people at all levels in every job role. Hiring bright people possessing good reasoning and critical thinking skills, creativity, plus the right behaviours and values enables a company to change, adapt and ultimately, thrive.
What invaluable tools could assist recruiters in ensuring they are in pursuit of the absolute cream of the crop and seeing real talent more clearly? Psychometric tests are the answer.
Is it possible to learn to be Happy? Dr Peter Honey explores how reviewing where you are in your learning cycle can help you become an effective, and happier learner.
A Google search on Critical Thinking Ability now delivers over 287,000,000 results. But what is CTA exactly and why is there increasing organisational interest in the importance of this ability in their employees?
The future of manufacturing is changing, and with this the skills needed by new hires. We explore how assessing mechanical reasoning ability can help recruiters find the right candidates.
A look at the life and work of a pioneering practitioner, Ivan Pavlov.
The changing demands of the modern workforce have led to calls for companies to involve workers in the design and layout of the office.
Discover Raymond Cattell, his life, his personality trait taxonomy and why his work is so influential today in our piece: Cattell, Personality and his Impact on Personality Profiling.
It is expected that by 2022 we will need an additional 101 extra learning days (The Future of Jobs 2018 report, WEF), and that 85% of job that will exist in 2030 haven’t yet been invented (DELL Report, reported). So what does this mean from a recruitment perspective?
A look at how numerical reasoning tests differ from mathematics, and how common misconceptions about this form of recruitment can create anxiety amongst candidates.
We take a look at Dr John Watson – famous psychologist that cited the theory of behaviourism.