Lack of clarity about the position, interviews done 'on intuition', no clear objectives, shortage of talents... Still today, nearly half of all recruitments are a failure.
Over recent years, new recruitment methods have emerged, spurred on by the rise of digital technology. Among these are pre-recorded video interviews, which enable recruiters to refine the candidate pre-selection stage.
Ideally, organisations would want all their employees to work at their full potential and contribute equally. But research shows that the long-term success of an organisation is driven and sustained by a select few high-potential employees or HiPos. High-potential employees deliver two to six times the return of average players.*
Psychometric tests are widely used in business schools, in engineering institutions, and in some universities. On top of that, they are also frequently used to select students for short-term programmes for technical diplomas. "Due to the increase in interest for such tools, their use will strongly grow in the years to come," foresees Céline Jouffray."