Who has never been subjected to a psychometric test? There are few people who can still claim this. And if it’s the case, it’s only a matter of time.
Do you use psychometric assessments to recruit, orient, coach or conduct skills assessments? It's a great way to make your business more reliable! With these assessments, you are able to seek relevant but also decisive information to fuel discussions and guide reflections.
Psychometric tests are key elements in providing complete and objective data in order to make the right decisions in recruitment and talent management.
Data is now at the heart of all our decisions. Our hyper-connected world generates more than 2.5 trillion bytes of data every day. And that isn’t even close to the amount of data that our brain can process in less than a second. So in terms of recruitment, who to entrust our decision-making: data or our intuition? This is the Cornelian dilemma that haunts recruiters today more than ever. Smart Data: an intelligent asset?
The use of robustly designed psychometric tests provides valuable insights into individuals and their capabilities, but implementing them into an organisation’s recruitment process can constitute a significant investment for a potentially cash-strapped HR department.
Psychometric tests are essential for providing complete and objective data in order to make good recruitment and talent-management decisions.
The pursuit of data has become a vital part of any decision-making process, and those who work in the field of human resources know this only too well. It is a question of obtaining relevant and objective information about potential employees, putting coherent guidelines in place for tracking employee performance, and having clear ideas about talent mobility.