Situational Judgement Tests
Bespoke Situational Judgement Tests for high volume recruitment campaigns
In addition to our Dilemmas Series™ of ready-to-use Situational Judgement Tests, a&dc have a wealth of expertise and experience in designing bespoke SJTs for client organisations. SJTs measure candidates’ judgement and common sense (also known as ‘tacit intelligence’), whilst also offering a relatively low-cost way of sifting high volumes of candidates.
When compared to general ability tests, Situational Judgement Tests have a much lower level of adverse impact (bias) against minority groups, giving you greater diversity across your workforce.
Why go Bespoke?
We’ll work with you to design tests that are aligned to your organisation’s branding and context, which give your candidates a realistic job preview early on in the assessment process. This allows for self-selection and has also been shown to increase retention rates in successful candidates.
There are several formats to consider, including text, video and audio.Contact us to find out more Read about our ready-to-use SJTs Read about how we developed a values-based SJT for the NHS
Our bespoke Situational Judgement Tests are fair, valid and effective and have been used by a wide variety of clients, including Tesco.
“The team have supported us with the development of online screening tools, as well as the design of several Situational Judgement Tests that candidates also complete online. In addition, the consultants have worked on the design and delivery of assessment centres for candidates in store and depot. Throughout the project, the consultants have provided support, expertise and flexibility. They have worked hard to understand our business and to ensure that they are delivering to our needs consistently and professionally.” Mel Backhouse, Project Manager, Work Level 2 Resourcing, UK and Ireland Personnel Operations, Tesco
Another bespoke client, Skills for Care, chose to use a video format to produce a highly interactive Situational Judgement Test, ‘A Question of Care: A Career for YOU?’: