Putting your assessment process to the test
All too often organisations make compromises when designing an assessment process. For example, using blunt assessment measures to reduce the volume of applications at the expense of fairness; or introducing multiple assessments to make the best hiring decision, only to alienate your applicants with a long drawn out process. In this interactive session, we will examine these polarities and explore how to build a hiring process without the trade-offs. We will draw on our experience of working with clients in volume assessment, with a particular focus on building a diverse and inclusive workforce.
In-Depth Roundtable Discussions
Head of TA @ Herbert Smith Freehill
12.30 pm – Arrival
01.00 pm – Sit-Down Lunch
01.45 pm – Dr Alan Bourne & Peter Chater: How personalised assessments helped shape our Social Mobility strategy + early stages results!
02.15 pm – Roundtable Discussions- Do you believe ‘digital’ assessments could impact your ethical hiring capability? (30-Minutes) / Do you currently have a social mobility strategy? (30-Minutes)
03.15 pm – Discussion Summary
03.30 pm – TBC
04.00 pm – Group Discussion / Q&A
04.30 pm – Finish/Networking
Super proud to be involved with such an amazing enterprise that really is leading and changing the in-house recruitment industry. #totallyinspiredMelanie PunchHead of Careers @ Investec
Incredible group of people, open and honest sharing of knowledge, advice and support. If more industries could operate in this way it would without a doubt benefit everyone.Oliver UrpiRecruiting Lead @ Facebook
These meetings are about sharing ideas, best practices and discussions that get me thinking, as our industry goes through so much change. It’s a group of peers rather than egos who want to help each other. I also like that these discussions are shared via white papers so reach a wider audience.Andrea MarstonSr Director, Global Talent Attraction @ Finastra
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