Remote online candidate assessment and evaluation
In the coming days, we will publish information and tips about assessing candidates remotely. Among other things, we will expand on:
Interviews: Emphasis, Tools, Biases, Impression Management
Challenging and innovative individual and group situation tests - not just group discussions!
We will expand on how additional and complementary information about the interviewee can be gathered during the process.
Follow us - it will be fascinating!
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