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The UK Military & Resilience Training

“I am struck by how much the military invest in resilience training,” said Terence Stephenson, the General Medical Council’s new Chair, at a recent hearing of the Commons Health Committee. 40 more words

Recruitment & Selection

Executive Hiring – Three Traps to Avoid

As a senior leader, CEO or entrepreneur, a large part of your long-term success will depend on your ability to hire and manage people who are highly competent at jobs you probably wouldn’t do so well yourself. 1,003 more words

Recruitment & Selection

A Critical Analysis on Pros and Cons of Incorporating Psychometrics in YKK Bangladesh

Yoshida Kogyo Kabushikikaisha (YKK) -

is a Japan based transnational company,which has offices in 70 countries and 269 plants around the world that are divided in six regional blocks. 1,062 more words

HRM

A Critical Analysis Of Psychometric Tests In Their Recruitment And Selection Process

Job applications or CVs and interviews -

provide information on applicants’ details and experiences and an understanding of the applicants’ knowledge of different subject matters respectively, but do not provide information on their aptitude and personality, the information of which can be gathered through the use of appropriate… 1,659 more words

HRM

What Makes for a Rising Star?

If you’re in the process of planning your people strategy for the foreseeable future, including succession planning for yourself or others, you may find yourself wondering whether key individuals have the “right stuff” to take on roles of greater scope or responsibility. 668 more words

Talent Strategy

New Tests Help Find Best Future Recruits for the British Army

Two new tests have been introduced to the Gurkha selection process in Nepal to ensure all future troops are in top physical condition.

For the first time, the 2014/15 intake was required to undertake so-called functional mobility screening (FMS) – various stretching and balancing exercises – to examine muscle flexibility and… 108 more words

British Army

An Overview of Psychometric Tests

Psychometric Tests, also called Occupational Tests or Psychological Tests -

can be defined as instruments, which are developed and used in assessing and evaluating individuals’ aptitude, personality and intelligence and provide information on how one person differs from another (CIPD, 2008). 484 more words

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