managers are not having sufficient input into the interview
process, according to new research.
A recent study by talent assessment firm SHL revealed just 30 per
cent of line managers have received any form of interview training,
with 20 per cent saying they feel nervous about such
This comes after a recent agreement by HR professionals that it is
vital candidates are well-suited to the job requirements and
company culture, which may be of note to graduates.
However, the majority of the line managers involved in the research
indicated that they would like to be more involved to make sure
that a potential employee has the required skills and will fit into
their working environment.
The study also found that some 35 per cent of line managers do not
see the results of psychometric tests, with only half of those who
do claiming to fully understand them.
Founded over 25 years ago, SHL provides objective assessment in the
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