Candidate Screening – Situational Judgement Tests

Give all your applicants a fair chance

There’s often a need for organisations to screen large numbers of candidates in a fair and highly efficient manner. From Situational Judgement Tests to screening interviews and innovative assessment tasks, we help you build screening processes that:

  • Save you time and money

    Here’s an example: we introduced an automated screening process to a major graduate recruiter in financial services. The process reduced their costs by £150,000 p.a. We also worked with a FTSE 100 retailer to improve the screening process for their graduate recruits. This led to them reducing their assessment centres by half, because the calibre of candidates after the screenings was significantly higher.

  • Help you engage candidates

    We create personalised screening tools, such as Situational Judgement Tests. These tests present real-life situations that are commonly encountered by your people. This allows candidates to understand and connect with your organisation. It distinguishes you as a recruiter and helps maintain your candidates’ interest. It also makes sure that role requirements are clearly assessed, improving selection outcomes.

  • Work seamlessly with your systems

    We have options for first or third party hosting of screening tools, so they can integrate easily into your applicant-tracking systems.

  • Support diversity

    Independent research of a major UK-based recruitment programme showed that a Situational Judgement Test designed by us has better diversity results than verbal and numerical reasoning tests. They also predicted future performance accurately. This meant that larger numbers of candidates could be screened using the SJT, without affecting diversity outcomes.

If you want better results, talk to us about how we can transform your screening processes.

The tests are completed online and automatically scored, so the business does not have to invest as much time to recruit a diverse range of excellent trainees. What’s more, candidates get a better idea of the work they’ll be doing, which helps with motivation and retention.
Julie Caudle, Head of Recruitment
Wragge & Co
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