Endurance tests

Chynoweth, Carly
October 2010
People Management;10/14/2010, Special section p4
The article discusses the application by employers in Great Britain in 2010 of assessment tools to identify and develop the skills of their employees. Saville Consulting managing director Gabby Parry explained the relationship between recruitment and development. Talent Q. chief executive officer (CEO) Steve O'Dell talked about the use by companies of computer-adaptive testing.


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