|| 3 minute read|| The care sector is evolving and more providers want, and need, to know more about their applicants than work experience and education alone. Behavioural screening has the answers.
||3 minute read|| One recent study has found ten identifiable personality characteristics likely to be seen in a candidate for promotion. Data was collected from multiple organisations based upon their previous successful hires, collated, and used to assimilate a picture of the ideal candidate.
|| 2 minute read || A new study into recruitment in the care industry has concluded that appointing candidates with the right values and attitudes is more effective than choosing those with other, perhaps more traditional, qualities.
Behavioural Screening as Part of Selection – Delivering Quick, Cost Effective Results Much has been written about the growing staff and skills shortage facing the sector. This is clearly a priority issue, but with staff turnover in the sector averaging 25% for frontline care roles the issue compounds, accelerating the War for Staff we are watching unfold right now. Solutions are often complex requiring a “national” response, however significant inroads can, and have been made “locally”….