Our global HR pulse survey, conducted in April 2021, found that 83% of more than 1,300 respondents view DE&I as extremely or very important when planning their future-of-work strategies.
We talk to Marie Olson Brown, IKEA’s global talent leader, to find out which talent project she is most proud of, and why.
How to build an immersive candidate experience using video assessment when the job role is difficult to explain.
Internal career mobility can play a significant role in building the future skills needed in an organization
Pre-hire assessment can ensure that you hire the right people with the skills, abilities and competencies for your jobs. Read how assessment can help.
Following the Germanwings 9525 accident in March 2015, the BEA report included recommendations for regulatory change.
We interview Stephanie Cork, graduate talent manager at Marks & Spencer to find out which talent project they’re most proud of, and why.
How a large banking organization was able to identify those women ready for leadership positions and how these women were also identified as having the capabilities to move to a new function.
To build a sustainable DE&I program, we believe that you need a foundation of fair, objective and bias-free assessment processes.
There is plenty of debate about what is – and who has – potential. Surely, the majority of the workforce has potential to reskill and upskill?
Many business sectors are going through a period of organizational and business transformation — and the banking sector is no exception.
Long before the disruption of COVID-19, the financial services sector recognized the need to move outside of its traditional comfort zone.
In order to widen the talent pool for their early careers programs, many high-profile corporate recruiters have removed specific academic qualifications as prerequisites for applicants.
Spotlight, Assessment Solutions regular Q&A with clients and colleagues, highlights leading viewpoints on trending topics in the world of human resources. With Martin Fahy from Screwfix.
ogistics is one such sector that has flourished in the past years. According to a report by Welspun One Logistics Parks, this industry will grow at 35% in 2021.
Within five years, 30% of current workforce skills will be obsolete.
At the start of the year, ‘predictions’ of the year ahead fill the social media space.
A recent survey by Aon asked over 1,600 HR leaders what they considered to be the most important factors when defining the future of work.
Spotlight, Assessment Solutions regular Q&A with clients and colleagues, highlights leading viewpoints on trending topics in the world of human resources.
One Aon's Assessment Solutions client chose us to design an assessment process to identify candidates with the skills required to fill critical maintenance roles.