Candidate assessment services
The costs associated with either missing great people, or hiring the wrong people are huge. So getting your assessment process right is key. We can help.
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Organisations can face several challenges with their candidate assessment process.
Whatever your challenge may be, we can analyse the causes and find solutions in our assessment process review.
Reed Talent Solutions has supported all kinds of organisations in enhancing their assessments. From interview and assessment design, and training your hiring managers, through to hosting assessment centres, we can help you make an impact and ensure your talent is the best available for your needs.
Why choose us?
As part of the Reed Group, with over 60 years’ experience assessing and placing candidates, we’re experts in understanding how to determine the right fit for your organisation.
With a vast pool of assessors, we can provide a flexible service that can scale with your hiring needs.
We can advise on latest tools and trends, and help you roll out process changes including training your hiring managers.
We partner with leading online, psychometric, and gamified assessment providers and can secure the best value and service that suits your requirements.
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