16 Sep Psychometric Testing In The Recruitment Process With Thomas International
Over 100 individuals from 96 businesses tuned in to Season 1. They heard from 15 different experts on a range of topics, including- virtual recruitment, employment law, recruitment marketing and business planning during COVID-19.
The feedback has been outstanding, and we are proud to be helping businesses adapt and overcome the challenges posed by COVID-19.
We are thrilled to announce Hayley will be returning with season 2 on Tuesday 1 September.
Episode 5: Psychometric Testing In The Recruitment Process With Thomas International
Explore the benefits of using psychometric and skills testing in your recruitment process as we talk to Thomas International, a leading provider of people assessment tools.
Psychometric testing aims to provide measurable and objective data that can provide a better all-round view of a candidate’s suitability;
We are looking at psychometric testing in more detail as Hayley Murfitt is joined by Mollie Tatlow, Psychology Research Assistant at Thomas International to discuss:
• What is psychometrics and what are the different types
• How can psychometrics be used in the workplace and the benefits
• How psychometrics should and shouldn’t be used
• What are the common misconceptions around psychometrics
Meet The Speakers:
Hayley Murfitt, Director of Sales @ Neaves & Neat
Hayley has worked for Neaves & Neat for over 15 years, placing people into businesses across East Anglia. Hayley is proud to support local businesses as their consistent, long-term recruitment partner and loves supporting people on their job search journey.
Mollie Tatlow, Psychology Research Assistant @Thomas International
Mollie has worked at Thomas International since July 2017 and is a Research Assistant within the Global Science Team. She is mainly responsible for carrying out academic research in relation to psychometric assessments and validating new concepts and ideas both internally and externally to help inform new product ideas. Mollie has just completed her Occupational Psychology MSc through the University of Leicester with a dissertation focussing on the impact of trait emotional intelligence on workplace outcomes including job satisfaction.