Tests of strength

Chubb, Lara
October 2008
People Management;10/16/2008, Vol. 14 Issue 21, Special section p18
Case Study
The article presents several case studies which highlight how companies in Great Britain are implementing their assessment procedures to ensure that they are hiring the right person for a specific job. It describes the impact of well-managed assessment on the performance of a company or an organization. The companies and organizations included in the case studies are Financial Services Authority (FSA), the Big Lottery Fund and Yorkshire Bank, among others.


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