How to keep the benefits gained from virtual assessment whilst addressing the key challenges.
Cheating prevention/anti-plagiarism/proctoring, or, as we term it, ‘Remote Trust’, was already a key area of focus for the most digitally progressive recruiters pre-pandemic, but has now accelerated to the forefront.
In a world where technology defines assessment and enables everything that organisations do, our state-of-the-art platform, Impact, creates a virtual environment that mirrors life in your business, providing candidates with a more realistic preview of the role. With the many benefits of virtualising assessments there are also its challenges.
On Thursday 9th September (11am-12pm), Sophie Meaney, Chief Innovation and Strategy Officer, Amberjack will explore:
The virtualisation of assessments
What it means to ‘cheat’ in a digital-era recruitment process
Why cheating in an assessment process matters
The types of ‘cheats’ organisations might experience in relation to their recruitment processes
What Amberjack is doing to help clients identify ‘cheats’ and prevent ‘cheating’
Sophie will also be joined by Tristram Hooley, Chief Research Officer, ISE who will share insight from a recent poll with ISE members on their experiences of Remote Trust throughout the pandemic.
To reserve your place, fill out your details on the right.