How to prevent cheating in online assessment

HR zone - 20th September 2017, UK
When online psychometric testing was first introduced in the 1990s, it was estimated that 10% of job applicants attempted to cheat in their tests. That figure has since been greatly reduced as test providers and employers have taken direct measures to counter specific tactics. Read about them in this article.

HR Director - Choosing the right candidate

Choose the right candidates for international postings

HR Director - 18th September 2017, UK
Sending employees to live and work abroad enhances their cross-cultural experience and helps multinational organisations to improve their global coordination. Richard Justenhoven is Product Development Director at international talent measurement and assessment specialist cut-e.

Do the right thing

The Global Recruiter - 15th September 2017, UK
How to avoid adverse impact? Richard Justenhoven, Product Development Director at cut-e, on an approach that protects recruiters from discrimination claims.

It won’t be long before recruiters and robots work in perfect harmony

People Management - 14th September 2017, UK
Humans have always been fascinated with robots, possibly because science fiction foretells that they’ll take over the world. Czech writer Karel Capek planted the seeds of this paranoia when he coined the term ‘robots’ in 1921 to describe artificial people made in a factory. Initially, Capek’s robots willingly serve humans but then they rebel, resulting in the eventual extinction of the human race. So, right from the outset, robots were portrayed as treacherous fiends who would betray our trust.

Achieving Strategic Value from your Employee Data

HRHQ - 4th September 2017, Ireland
Every company has large datasets but relatively few are truly able to convert their big data into smart talent data. Here are three steps that will help you to extract actionable value from your employee data.

How to turn big data into smart data

How to turn big data into smart talent data

HR news - 27th July 2017, UK
Data is an essential strategic resource in organisations. It can help you to understand your market and spot trends, respond better to customers and predict their likely behaviour, develop new products and make considered business decisions.
Richard Justenhoven, Product Director at cut-e explains how organisations can get the best from big data.

Great expectations: entering a new world of assessment

onrec - 26th July 2017, UK
The assessment industry is evolving at a faster pace than ever before. Howard Grosvenor of cut-e summarises some of the developments recruitment professionals can look forward to and provides an outline of key changes in technology and terminology.

The new strategic priority

HRHQ - 24th July 2017, Ireland
Achieving ‘digital competence’ is becoming a strategic priority for almost every organisation. But few companies are really equipped to prosper, says David Barrett, CCO of global assessment specialist cut-e.

Artificial Intelligence: The model for intelligent recruiting?

Recruiter Magazine - 18th July 2017, UK
Artificial Intelligence (AI) is a new trend in the field of psychometric assessment - and it’s something that recruiters should welcome, says Dr Achim Preuss, co-founder and CTO of global assessment specialist cut-e.

Personnel Today

How to build a digitally competent workforce

Personnel Today - 7th July 2017, UK
Transitioning from post-industrial skills to digital competence must be a strategic priority for every organisation, says Diego Martinez from cut-e. Today’s most successful organisations are undergoing a transformation from “post-industrial skills” to “digital competence”.

Article by cut-e published in onrec

Checking in: the crucial competencies for pilots

onrec - 5th July 2017, UK
Training pilots is expensive. Airlines will invest significant sums in providing intensive study, simulator sessions and flight training to develop their cadets and first officers into captains. Because many people dream of becoming a pilot, there is never a shortage of applicants for these roles.

Mobile Assessment

Bringing mobile assessment into best practice recruitment

HRHQ - 4th July 2017, Ireland
When nearly everyone has a smartphone or a tablet, it makes sense not only to promote your jobs online but to allow candidates to apply via mobile devices. This offers the benefits of speed, convenience and privacy, which are important because job seekers believe they stand a better chance of being considered for a role if they apply as soon as it’s posted.

Growth via acquisition: the secrets of success

onrec - 14th June 2017, UK
The fact that several assessment providers have recently been bought tells us two things: firstly, these companies have a value that goes beyond their assessment portfolio. And, secondly, it is very difficult for a European-based or a US-based assessment provider to become a truly global player without additional help.

New study aims to address pilot selection problems as airline’s step up recruitment campaigns

Paddle Your Own Kanoo - 9th June 2017,
Finding the right flight deck crew isn’t an easy task.  There’s a worldwide shortage of qualified pilots and it’s coming at a time when the demand for air travel is surging.  Airline recruiters then have the uneasy task of making sure the few qualified candidates are suitable for the job.  Recruiting the wrong person could literally lead to disaster.

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Selecting sales employees

HR Today - 1st June 2017, CH

According to a new study from online assessment specialist cut-e sales top performers can increase their sales tenfold. Moreover, the study provides answers to the questions which personality traits characterise top perfomers and how companies can find them in their applicant pool. (Article available in German and French)

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Six ways that technology is changing assessment

HRHQ - 18th May 2017, Ireland
Employers used to use psychometric assessments to prevent the ‘wrong people’ from being hired (and thus save on recruitment and training costs). But things have changed, thanks to technological innovations. Assessments now enable employers to differentiate themselves, raise their brand awareness, provide an immersive candidate experience – yet still recruit employees who have the capabilities and values to succeed.

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How technology is changing the way we recruit

HR news - 4th May 2017, UK
Guest blog by Dr Achim Preuss, co-founder and chief technology officer of assessment specialist cut-e, in which he outlines six areas in which technology is making an impact.

The new ‘golden rules’ of assessment

HR review - 3rd May 2017, UK
The prospectors of the California Gold Rush of 1849 might have a surprising amount to teach today’s recruiters. Using a centuries-old technique, they would find a likely location, submerge their shallow pans into a riverbed and, with luck, they’d unearth gold particles that could be separated from the sand. In the same way, recruiters need to know where to look for talent and how to sift the golden nuggets from the sediment.

Dr Achim Preuss on how to increase the effectiveness of management teams

How to increase the effectiveness and productivity of leadership team meetings

Management Issues - 25th April 2017, UK

A six-step action plan can not only make leadership team meetings more collaborative, beneficial and engaging, they'll also help the business to make better decisions, increase performance and achieve its goals, says Dr Achim Preuss.

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Attract the best with online assessment

Focus RH - 20th April 2017, France

Shortage of applicants, candidates orientation issue, an overwhelming number of applications : attract candidates can be more complex than expected.  For each situation, there’s a dedicated solution.  

Dr Achim Preuss, CTO of cut-e, in AGR MAgazine

Three graduate assessment tech trends

AGR Magazine - 19th April 2017, UK
Three developments in graduate assessment will make recruiters' lives easier, says Dr Achim Preuss, co-founder and chief technology officer of international talent measurement and assessment specialist cut-e.

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What recruiters need to know about personality testing

HRHQ - 7th April 2017, Ireland
Personality testing has become more and more important part of the selection process in many organisations. Combining ability tests and personality questionnaires enables recruiters to gain a greater insight into each candidate and make better selection decisions. But there are much more advantages of personality assessment.

Five steps to create greater value from your apprenticeship programme

AGR Magazine - 1st April 2017, UK
Taking insights from the UK’s largest apprentice employers, Howard Grosvenor explains how to create an apprenticeship programme that will recruit and develop enthusiastic and committed young people who will reward you with productivity, engagement and loyalty.

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Three reasons for using online assessment

myRHline - 1st March 2017, France

In terms of digital recruitment, French recruiters are still reluctant in using assessments compared to English-speaking countries. But if assessment solutions are widely used in those countries, there must be several benefits. Which are those benefits?

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Does online recruitment lead to better HR decisions?

myRHline - 23rd February 2017, France
Predictive recruitment: myth or reality?
Read Anne-Catherine Yon’s answer, managing director of cut-e France.

Big data in predictive analytics

Three key benefits of data integration

HRHQ - 21st February 2017, Ireland
Recruitment generates a mass of information. Selection decisions are often based on a candidate’s experience, qualifications, aptitude and personality assessment results and their performance in video. Somehow all of the resultant data about your candidates has to be collected, processed, organised and presented – at the right time and in the right format – to help you decide who will perform best in the role. ‘Integration’ is the underlying process which not only connects your different systems, so they can work together and applicant details can move seamlessly between them, it gathers all the decision-relevant information about your candidates into one place, in a way that’s highly automated.

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Top-performer profiling cutting costs, time to fill

Shortlist - 10th February 2017, Australia
Profiling top performers and assessing candidates for key personality traits much earlier in the recruitment process is slashing employers' time to all, a psychometrics specialist has found. In a validity study with Swiss company Localsearch, online assessments provider cut-e found the best sales performers exhibited different personality traits to low performers.

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Airline recruitment trends and challenges and how recruiters are responding

HR Director - 23rd January 2017, UK
Job seekers are attracted to airlines because of their strong brands, the training they provide and the international career opportunities they offer. However, there are four clear characteristics that make airline recruitment unusually challenging, particularly when you’re recruiting flight professionals. David Barrett explains the key challenges facing airline recruiters – and how to overcome them.

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Predictive recruitment: 6 tendencies in assessment

Focus RH - 19th January 2017, France
Predictive recruitment is a concept on everyone’s lips. Read here about the trends and tendencies in assessment.

HRHQ: Personality traits can ‘predict’ who will succeed in your organisation

Personality traits can ‘predict’ who will succeed in your organisation

HRHQ - 17th January 2017, Ireland
Top performers in sales roles can sell over 10 times more than low performers, according to a new study. But what makes a top sales performer and can recruiters really identify which applicants are more. One of the most exciting developments in talent management is the use of predictive talent analytics, as these can help you make better talent decisions. David Barrett explains how predictive talent analytics can help HR teams to make better talent decisions.

Article in Personnel Today: Three ways data integration can boost the value of your hiring systems

Three ways data integration can boost the value of your hiring systems

Personnel Today - 17th January 2017, UK
Three important benefits can be achieved by integrating your recruitment, HR and talent systems, and allowing data to flow between them, says Dr Achim Preuss, co-founder of business psychology company.

Filip Hrkal from cut-e Czech in Moderní řízení

Hire the people based on their competencies, not age!

Moderní Rízení - 17th January 2017, Czech Republic
By the year 2040 every second employee in the Czech Republic (47%) will be over 50 yrs old. In 2063, one third of the population will be more than 65 yrs old. In last two decades though, the largest discrimination on the workforce market, as found by several surveys, was age. It means the companies in CZ still look at certain age categories with a huge disrespect. Select people based on competencies, not based on age, says Filip Hrkal, supported by the opinion of Škoda Auto, Uni Credit bank and Bosh representatives.

'Pressure key motivator for expats' study finds

Relocate Global - 13th January 2017, USA
Assessment-solutions company, cut-e, has released a report to help employers and HR managers determine ‘success factors’ for expats on international assignments. A report aimed at identifying the personal characteristics that make for a successful overseas assignee has been published by US assessment specialist company, cut-e. Aimed at helping global companies choose the best people for international assignments, the report – Predicting Who Will be a Successful Expatriate – analyses research from 35 organisations involving assessments from managers, staff and expats themselves.

Personality assessments open the doors to smarter hiring

People Management - 12th January 2017, UK
Today’s tests move far beyond Myers-Briggs, helping employers to identify candidates with the right traits to cope with on-the-job challenges, writes Dr Katharina Lochner from cut-e. Whereas an ‘ability’ test – such as a verbal, numerical or logical reasoning test – will show whether a candidate is capable of performing well in a role, a personality questionnaire will reveal how they’re likely to perform. By combining these assessments, recruiters can gain a greater insight into each applicant, enabling them to make a more informed selection decision. But the advantages of personality testing go far beyond this.

Prevent cheating in assessments with a ‘psychometric fingerprint’

HRHQ - 14th December 2016, Ireland
The way we process information and respond in assessment tests is as individual as the ridges on our fingertips. We know this because thousands of 'data points' are available when someone completes an assessment.

Selecting 'employees of the future' at O2

HR zone - 21st November 2016, UK
To combat the competitive challenge of online shopping, ‘bricks-and-mortar’ retailers are having to adapt, by enhancing their in-store service and providing a personalised and compelling customer experience. Recognising this trend, O2 has created two new ‘stores of the future’ in London and Manchester.

How to avoid bias and adverse impact in recruitment

HRHQ - 15th November 2016, Ireland
Employers are not allowed to apply any requirement or condition that disadvantages job candidates or makes them ineligible for a role, without a justifiable reason. Otherwise it constitutes discrimina. That’s why today’s recruiters are taking practical steps to implement a fair selection process, which gives every applicant an equal chance of success. David Barrett, CCO of cut-e, explains how to make your recruitment process fair for everyone.

Analysing the potential of psychometric fingerprints

HR zone - 10th November 2016, UK
Forensic scientists have been scouring crime scenes since the late 19th century, for one very good reason: our fingerprints are unique. They mark us out and make us identifiable. Psychologists have now discovered that the way we process information and respond in assessment tests is as individual as the ridges on our fingertips. This makes it possible to create a ‘psychometric fingerprint’ of your candidates. Unlike a digital footprint, which is a record of the ‘trail’ you leave online, a psychometric fingerprint is the information that candidates reveal about themselves when they complete an assessment.

9 guidelines for a fair selection process that encourages diversity

Human Resources - 9th November 2016, UK
In a new checklist, cut-e has put together 35 guidelines for introducing fair recruitment practices which promote diversity and inclusion, of which we’ve compiled nine below. The document provides advice on conducting an objective job analysis; preparing a fair job description; defining job-related selection criteria; creating non-discriminatory job advertisements; running consistent job interviews and assessment centres, and communicating with candidates.

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Predicting who will be a successful pilot

onrec - 1st November 2016, UK
Pilot Chesley Sullenberger was hailed as a national hero in the United States when he landed his stricken plane on the Hudson River in 2009, saving the lives of all passengers and crew. A new report from cut-e, based on a series of studies, empirical findings and theoretical considerations, claims it’s now possible to predict which candidates will make safe and successful pilots. The report identifies the specific abilities, competencies and personality characteristics that pilots need, to master the various tasks and challenges they’ll face in the role. This means that psychometric tests can now be used at an early stage of the recruitment process, to assess for these attributes and to filter out unsuitable applicants.

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Howard Grosvenor: Ten innovations show the cutting edge of assessment

HR review - 24th October 2016, UK
There is an increasing demand for assessments that are more distinctive, appealing and effective. This is triggering greater innovation in the assessment industry.With technology offering new possibilities, now is an exciting time for recruiters. Here are ten cutting edge innovations that can help you make bolder use of assessment to achieve your goals.

Article in Personnel Today: Eight ways to make sure diversity initiatives are fair

Eight ways to ensure diversity initiatives are fair

Personnel Today - 17th October 2016, UK
After a BBC radio presenter claimed he was sacked for being a white man, is positive discrimination a fair solution to employers’ diversity issues? Dr Achim Preuss looks at eight ways organisations can ensure their selection processes are fair to everyone.

Five Steps to Successful Christmas Recruitment

Five steps to successful Christmas recruitment

HRHQ - 12th October 2016, Ireland
In the run-up to Christmas, the retail and hospitality sectors will be recruiting additional staff to cope with the increased seasonal demand in high street shops, department stores, supermarkets, hot. There will be no shortage of applicants. Almost everyone is eligible for these seasonal roles, so how can you be sure that you’ll recruit the right people?

Another BBC diversity row: white paper says key to diversity is fair testing, not ethnic recruitment

HR news - 6th October 2016, UK
Diversity and the problems created by positive discrimination at the BBC have again been thrown into the spotlight after Jon Holmes, a BBC presenter, claimed that he was sacked for being a white man. Rather than positively discriminating to recruit a diverse workforce, which creates headlines and bad press, the onus should be on recruiters to implement measures that are fair and which focus on someone’s ability to do the job, say international talent measurement and assessment specialist cut-e.

Six recruitment challenges that retailers must conquer

Six recruitment challenges that retails must conquer

HR zone - 4th October 2016, UK
Job seekers have always been attracted to the retail industry because it offers opportunities, variety and flexible working. However, recruiting and retaining the right staff is often tougher in retail than in other sectors because the industry has its own particular characteristics. David Barrett talks about the six specific challenges that make retail recruitment so demanding.

How to achieve diversity through merit-based hiring

HR zone - 10th August 2016, UK
Employers worldwide are recognising that to grow their businesses and address the challenges and opportunities they face, they need to be diverse and inclusive. This is not just to fulfil legal compliance or their moral obligation. There are sound commercial reasons why today’s workplaces should reflect the diversity of the population.

Article Personnel Today Gamification in recruitment

Gamification in recruitment: psychometric selection for more diverse talent

Personnel Today - 1st August 2016, UK
As companies endeavour to attract candidates with the right skills, Cath Everett looks at how gamification is helping recruiters select from a more diverse pool of talent. Many Companies that have, in the past, pursued an exclusively graduate recruitment policy are now starting to look at school leavers. Others are adopting a more proactive approach to attracting candidates from more diverse communities.

Read full articel on onrec.com

Game-changing recruitment

onrec - 14th July 2016, UK
Are you looking to combine gamification and assessment? David Barrett offers seven tips for creating a distinctive gamified assessment. For decades, employers have used online psychometric assessments to identify the most appropriate candidates in their applicant pool. Now, some recruiters are turning to gamification in a bid to differentiate themselves, raise brand awareness and provide a more immersive candidate experience.

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Ten trends in assessment that you should know about

HRHQ - 21st June 2016, Ireland
Our new report shows that 67% of Irish companies now use online assessments to select, onboard and develop all levels of staff. But assessment isn't standing still. New developments continually occur and anyone working in the talent space needs to know which of these will help them to enhance their effectiveness and make better informed decisions.

Recruitment Buzz - Realistic Job Preview

How a Realistic Job Preview will help recruit the right people

Recruitment Buzz - 21st June 2016, UK
Today’s job candidates want to know more about the culture and values of your organisation and whether the roles that you have available are right for them. They’re thirsty for information about what’s on offer because making applications can be time-consuming. It’s a major frustration for candidates to invest time and effort on a lengthy application, only to find later on in the selection process that the available role is very different to what they thought it would be.

GoalMind by cut-e

Bosses urged to allow time off so staff can watch Euro 2016 football matches

HRHQ - 8th June 2016, Ireland
UK conciliation service Acas launched new guidance to help business leaders prepare for potential issues and avoid workers being given a “red card” for sloping off to catch games during the tournament, which starts on June 10.

HR News on GoalMind by cut-e

When HR plays referee – how good are you?

HR news - 2nd June 2016, UK
HR is often called to resolve disputes between line managers and staff, so ahead of the forthcoming UEFA European Championship, assessment company cut-e has created a free ‘gamified assessment’ for HR. Called the GoalMind challenge, it tests decision making and provides an example of how gamified assessments can be used in recruitment.

the changing role of assessment

What you need to know about the changing role of assessment

changeboard - 1st June 2016, UK
An international study of psychometric assessment that we conducted across 14 countries reveals that HR, recruitment and talent practitioners in 52% of organisations are now using online assessments. What’s interesting is that our study highlights that the role that assessment plays in organisations has changed dramatically.

Article published 3 March 2015 on HRzone: Dr Achim Preuss - cut-e Group: Should you offer your assessments on mobile devices?

Should you offer your assessments on mobile devices?

HR zone - 3rd May 2016, UK
If you use psychometric assessments to recruit or develop your staff, you’ll no doubt be wondering whether you should offer your tests on mobile devices. The answer will depend on two questions: will your candidates want to complete assessments via their mobile devices? And will your assessments work effectively in a mobile environment?

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Bank of Ireland launches Talent Rising

The Herald - 21st April 2016, Ireland
Bank of Ireland, in partnership with cut-e, launched Talent Rising, a national programme aimed at delivering high-impact solutions for economic and social challenges faced in Ireland. This programme creates an opportunity for 12 high-performing, early career individuals, to collaborate and create tangible solutions to help address issues of national importance.

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The changing value of assessment

HR review - 15th April 2016, UK
Psychometric assessments are adding new value to HR effectiveness, according to cut-e’s latest global benchmark study. We found that 52 percent of organisations worldwide now use online assessment, predominantly when hiring and on-boarding staff but also to identify their learning and development needs. HR teams are also increasingly using the data provided by assessments to make better talent decisions.

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Leadership assessment coming soon to an iPhone near you

Hunt Scanlon Media - 14th April 2016, UK
There’s a new twist coming to talent assessment – a service pioneered and largely perfected by executive search firm Egon Zehnder decades ago in Europe. What’s on the way is likely to shake up the well-established ‘evaluations’ business popularized by Zehnder and its headhunting rivals and could set off a new wave of competition in the increasingly expansive leadership solutions sector.

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How can psychometric assessment enable development and training of talent?

HRHQ - 11th April 2016, Ireland
In this article David Barrett, Chief Commercial Officer of global assessment specialist cut-e, looks at some of the key industry trends and explain how talent managers can harness assessments to get the most out of their people.

Article in HR Magazine: Confidence in psychometric assessment rises

Confidence in psychometric assessments rises

HR magazine - 7th April 2016, UK
The largest rise in the use of psychometric testing has been for employee development activities. Confidence in psychometric testing is continuing to rise globally, fuelled by growth in developing markets, according to a study by international assessment specialist cut-e. The Global Assessment Barometer asked 2,776 HR, recruitment and talent practitioners across 14 countries for their views.

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HR's quest to predict success and get meaningful talent data fuels growth in online assessment

PR Newswire - 6th April 2016, USA
HR and recruitment teams around the world are increasingly using online assessments to predict which candidates will be successful in the role and to enhance their talent strategy with assessment anal. The Global Assessment Barometer 2016 report provides a snapshot of the key issues and trends in psychometric assessment.

Mobile control: Candidate expectations are driving new assessment techniques, David Barrett, cut-e Ireland

Mobile control: candidate expectations are driving new assessment techniques

The Global Recruiter - 18th March 2016, UK
Candidate expectations are driving mobile assessment and pre-application testing, says David Barrett, CCO cut-e Group. Today’s talented candidates are increasingly using their mobile devices not only. It’s no secret that if you want to recruit the best people, you need a mobile hiring strategy.

Article "Siemens puts teen mobile talent assessments to the test", published on Diginomica, March 16, 2016

Siemens puts teen mobile talent assessments to the test

Diginomica - 16th March 2016, USA
Siemens offers around 120 different apprentice programs – a variety that can be overwhelming for applicants who may have little insight into their strengths. So how does a potential applicant know to which programme he or she is best suited? To help this choice, cut-e developed the job navigator tool Jona™ for Siemens comprising a series of tests and assessments.

Selecting apprentices: lessons we can learn from Germany

Personnel Today - 14th March 2016, UK
As National Apprenticeship Week begins, Howard Grosvenor, Chartered Occupational Psychologist and Director of Professional Services for international assessment specialist cut-e, looks at how German companies are selecting apprentices by supporting candidates to identify and apply for the right programme.

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Achim Preuss: Mobile assessment – make it fair for everyone

HR review - 2nd February 2016, UK
If you were asked to complete an online assessment test, would you take it via your computer, your tablet or your smartphone? The answer for most people would be the computer. But with the exciting prospect of mobile assessment, this could be about to change. In today’s organisations, there’s a clamour to make everything accessible via mobile devices. Recruitment is no exception.

Corporate scandals: how HR can help avoid them, Dr Achim Preuss, cut-e Group

Corporate scandals: how HR can help avoid them

HR zone - 18th December 2015, UK
The diesel emissions scandal that’s rocking the automotive world is the latest reminder of the damage that can be done to corporate reputations – by unscrupulous individuals and rogue teams in any org The key question for HR is: can this behaviour be prevented? Dr Achim Preuss provides answers about how integrity testing can and should be used.

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HR interventions with impact: How a retailer gained €12.3m through better recruiting

OrgVue - 27th May 2015, UK
HR Interventions with Impact: How a retailer gained €12.3m through better recruiting First up is consumer electronics retailer Elkjøp and its recruitment advisor, a recruitment analytics firm called cut-e.

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Gamification: The future of talent profiling

my starjob.com - 22nd March 2014, UK
Gamification: The future of talent profiling. However, the advent of social media created an issue not many saw coming. Quick and easy online sharing and posting of information from these psychometric tests by people who had access to them, amplified issues faced by tool providers who were generally behind in technology and substance.

Dark matter in the business world – The importance of the stuff we don’t see

MDI - 21st October 2013, UK
Howard Grosvenor, Director of Professional Services at cut-e UK writes about what important information is missing when just looking at the successful. How can a good look at unsuccessfulness, the dark matter, help companies make better selection decisions?

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Improve your HR decisions with online psychometric assessment

CEO Today - 1st January 2010,
It is hard to differentiate between the ‘good’, the ‘bad’ and the ‘ugly’ among the myriad of recruitment and selection services and tools and instruments offered today. Andreas Lohff, founder and director of the cut-e Group, explains where online psychometrics can add the most value and how to avoid instrument selection pitfalls.

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