With changing candidate preferences, smartphone assessment has become the top priority for employers, says Richard Justenhoven - product director at cut-e, part of Aon's assessment solutions group.
Employers can now assess and hire those job candidates who are most likely to be engaged - a vital area for employers trying hard to maintain employee motivation and productivity, writes David Barrett.
Predictive algorithms, machine learning and Alexa-like 'intelligent assistants' will revolutionise recruitment, says Dr Achim Preuss.
In Government Legal Service v Brookes  IRLR 780 EAT, the EAT held that an applicant for a solicitors' training scheme who has Asperger's syndrome suffered unlawful disability discrimination when she was required to sit a test in a multiple choice format in the recruitment process.
Updated to include details of Jet2.com Ltd v Denby, in which the EAT considered if protection against discrimination for trade union membership extended to involvement in certain trade union activities.
Psychometric tests used to be long, formal exercises candidates would take some way into the recruitment process. But could testing potential applicants before they even apply mean employers get a better fit, or more of the same? Peter Crush investigates.
How we recruit and manage people in different countries varies more than we might think. But how do these cultural norms affect HR decisions? Rob Smith from Xref explains.
Updated to include information on trends in recruitment and selection.
Updated to reflect the average compensation awarded for sex discrimination in 2016/17.
Three in four recruiters have stated that attracting candidates of sufficient quality is their main concern, according to survey results released today (18 September).
HR and legal information and guidance relating to selecting staff.