Stefan Hinrichsen's Blog (8)

Can you ensure the integrity of your online assessment process?

Today’s online assessments are generally completed in an unsupervised environment.

Although this is convenient for candidates and employers, it creates a new challenge.

How can talent managers ensure that the person completing a virtual assessment is the person who was invited to do so?

Hiring the wrong candidate has far-reaching implications for your organisation; including potentially negative consequences for existing employees and…

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Added by Stefan Hinrichsen on July 22, 2021 at 11:35 — No Comments

Improving diversity in early talent recruitment

Aon Enables Ocado Group to Improve Diversity in Early Talent Recruitment Process Using AI

  • Ocado Group now screens job candidates on behavioural qualities instead of academic qualifications 
  • This new process supported a 300% growth in job applicants 
  • Hiring teams reduced internal interviewing time by nearly 600 hours…
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Added by Stefan Hinrichsen on July 15, 2021 at 12:08 — No Comments

5 Reasons to Use Talent Assessment When Hiring Drivers

If you’re hiring  right now, your primary concern may be finding the drivers to fill your vacancies. You may not be focused on how to check how safe a driver they are, or the effect they will have on your company’s reputational risk, if they are hired. 

Whether your drivers are delivering parcels to homes, goods to warehouses, carrying out installations or taking passengers from location to location, drivers are increasingly the public face of your company…

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Added by Stefan Hinrichsen on June 10, 2021 at 14:54 — No Comments

5 reasons to use talent assessment when hiring drivers

If you’re hiring commercial drivers right now, your primary concern may be finding the drivers to fill your vacancies. You may not be focused on how to check how safe a driver they are, or the effect they will have on your company’s reputational risk, if they are hired. 

Whether your drivers are delivering parcels to homes, goods to warehouses, carrying out installations or taking passengers from location to location,…

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Added by Stefan Hinrichsen on May 31, 2021 at 16:00 — No Comments

Signposting future skills at Siemens

Within five years, 30% of current workforce skills will be obsolete. That is the reality facing multinational, market leading technology firm, Siemens – and no doubt other firms across the globe. Following extensive and in-depth work and job analysis carried out by the firm, it realized now was the time to rethink and invest in the skills needed for its future, and to support its workforce make the shift.

Its research is backed up the findings reported in The World Economic Forum’s…

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Added by Stefan Hinrichsen on May 20, 2021 at 16:00 — No Comments

4 must-haves of a successful graduate application process

When great talent is in high demand, you need to set yourself apart from the competition. You need a hiring process that will be remembered for all the right reasons.

Here are the four must haves we know are critical in every assessment process when hiring candidates who are beginning their careers. 

#1. The freedom to choose how - and when - to apply 

Most candidates, especially those…

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Added by Stefan Hinrichsen on May 17, 2021 at 15:30 — No Comments

Four essentials for hiring the next generation of talent

The early careers landscape is changing. Organisations are facing new challenges, increased candidate expectations and are planning for an uncertain future.

Economic challenges – economic uncertainty is leading to graduates, apprentices and interns applying to more organisations than usual. However, a reduction in planned early careers hiring means that candidates are chasing fewer opportunities. At the same time, recruiters must identify the…

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Added by Stefan Hinrichsen on May 11, 2021 at 18:00 — No Comments

Measuring the skills and behaviours of potential maintenance technicians

Successful maintenance technicians have a sought-after combination of knowledge, skills and abilities (KSAs) including a wide range of trade-related skills and knowledge, and a depth of experience to troubleshoot problems and complete regular maintenance and repairs. They also need a clear focus on safety, and the ability to work effectively across the organization, interacting with the rest of the workforce. 

However, there is critical shortage of qualified…

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Added by Stefan Hinrichsen on March 18, 2021 at 15:30 — No Comments

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