This also might happen when you decide to shift away from using more traditional ways of assessing candidates and choose gamification instead.
I’m sure you have heard the word gamification plenty of times. And in fact, gamification in recruitment is getting more and more popular, as it has slowly proven its business case. However, that doesn’t always mean that everyone knows what it entails, what are its benefits of it and how to implement this within an organisation. Which is entirely understandable.
To help bridge this knowledge gap, this guide offers valuable insights and guidance to ease the transition to game-based assessments in recruitment.
Co-Founder & CEO at Equalture
Insights you will get from this guide
Chapter I. The problem with traditional screening methods
- Traditional assessments
Chapter II. An introduction to game-based assessments
- What is a game-based assessment?
- What aspects of candidate performance do game-based assessments measure?
- How do game-based assessments measure candidate performance?
Chapter III. Why gamification is better than traditional screening methods
Chapter IV. Equalture’s game-based assessments
Bother Customer Case: Objective & engaging hiring process