Psychology With Business In Mind

Recruitment & Selection

Recruitment & Selection

Finding the right kind of person for a job is more than just a gut feel or putting someone through an interview process. To make this process worthwhile, it does require a good understanding of the science behind human behaviour. 

Working with employers we have established their top five disappointments when recruitment new staff:

  • Not getting the expected performance
  • Having too invest beyond expected up skilling new recruits
  • The costs of recruiting and selecting new recruits spiralling 
  • New recruits struggling to fit in with the culture/dynamics of the team
  • New recruits finding the job not what they expected

 You can simply avoid these issues with the appliance of a little of bit of psychological science.

 Some of the tools, training and advice we can provide:

  •  Competency frameworks
  •  Recruitment process health check
  •  Selection centre design
  •  Selection interviews (junior, middle and executive)

Contact us today to find out how we can help you make the right selection decisions and save you time and money.  




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