It seems like every week there is a story in the media about high profile organisations being exposed due to some form of Cyber-attack. There are 833 ads on Seek for Cyber Security roles, but not enough good candidates to fill them. Thanks to IBM, we can now offer you a different solution!
Our core values can influence our behaviour in ways we might be unaware of: for instance, they are associated with our current lifestyles, beliefs, people we like spending time with, and aversions - so how will your values align with the positions of various political parties? There’s one way to find out!
A competency framework describes behaviours that are critical for success in a job or organisation. With a global spotlight firmly on the world’s youngest female head of government, we have been overcome with admiration for Jacinda Ardern’s distinctive leadership style. Read on as we examine the specific behaviours she has demonstrated over the past month.
It was impossible to miss the AFR Boss’ (very undiverse) cover story this week - so, we’re taking this missed opportunity to draw attention to some amazing people in the Super space, including out client, CSF and to open up a dialogue of how we can work together towards better representing the community we serve.
Verbal, Numerical and Mechanical Reasoning assessments are fairly self-explanatory, in terms of what they measure and the types of questions we can expect to be presented with. Abstract Reasoning, however, can be a little trickier to get one’s head around (because, well… it’s abstract!). To clear up any confusion, let’s take a look at exactly what it is, and why it’s useful.
We recently came across a Canadian study published this year by Hausdorf and Robie, which explored differences in general mental ability (GMA) test scores among culturally diverse groups in the context of employment selection. We delved deeper to understand whether using GMA tests in recruitment can result in adverse impact upon cultural minority groups and how we can use it in a diversity-centric manner.
In Australia alone, the estimated cost of fraud amounts to $8.5 billion annually. Sadly, 60% of fraud cases take over 3 years to detect, 61% of fraud cases result in no recovery, and a whopping half of Australian businesses experience economic crime. Lucky for you , there’s something you can do about it!
2019 is almost here and the rise of technology in recruitment is only beginning. The New Year will bring a new series of recruiting trends that will significantly impact your recruitment process. We’ve put together this list of the latest trends to help you improve your recruiting strategy. Are you ready to implement these new trends or will you be left behind?
This week, Testgrid was extremely honoured to receive an early visit from the man of the season himself: Santa Claus. Our psychologists were able to put together a profile of Santa, which we like to call ‘The Man Behind the Red Suit’: read on to find out all you need to know about Santa before Christmas Eve!