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Playing Games could find the Best Candidates for Plum Jobs

An article by Hal Hodson writing in the New Scientist:

Hate writing covering letters? Fall to pieces in interviews? Not to worry. Soon the top candidates for a job will be chosen by how well they play video games. 679 more words

Recruitment & Selection

When the Job You Were Hired for Isn’t the Job You Got

The first few months into a new position can be stressful, eye-opening, and exciting at the same time.  Once you’ve become acquainted with the team, settled into the environment and developed an understanding of the company’s goals and challenges, the next step is to figure out how you’ll meet the expectations outlined for you at the time of hire. 623 more words

Talent Strategy

Promote Internally or Hire from the Outside?

The Great Debate

Your business is growing. You anticipate reaching those revenue and profitability targets you set, and you’re going to get there sooner than expected. 747 more words

Talent Strategy

Take Care with Interview Invitations

A recent case illustrated the pitfalls of dealing with a former employee who has previously brought a case against their employer, then applies for another role at the same organisation. 161 more words

Outdoor Fitness

The Five Most Common Reasons Why Applicants for the British Army are Turned Down

The five most common categories for rejection for each period are as follows (in decreasing order of frequency):

  • 2012-2013: Medical, Eligibility, Motivation/Commitment, Residency/Nationality and Delinquency/Crime.
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Recruitment & Selection

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

British Army Recruitment Statistics 2013 to 2015

Recruiting for both the Regular Army and Army Reserve is measured on a nationwide basis.

Since April 2013 the British Army’s recruiting has been processed centrally as part of the Recruit Partnering Project (RPP), with applications made online rather than solely at local careers offices. 64 more words

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