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Countering Candidate Self-Deselection in the UK Civil Service

February 26, 2019

One of the challenges of improving diversity is to prevent individuals from self-deselection. People who think that a specific career path, role, or organization isn’t for them, even though they might have the talent. Improving diversity is a major objective of the Civil Service, an organization with an ambition to become the most inclusive employer in the United Kingdom by 2020.

In this article on GovTechLeaders.com, Managing R&D Consultant Ali Shalfrooshan explains how PSI Talent Measurement has created a series of multimedia Situational Judgement Tests (SJTs) for the Civil Service. Meeting the brief to create tests that are accessible and engaging for all candidates at the same time as exploring how someone is likely to behave in workplace situations similar to those they would encounter on the job.

Read the full article here.

Ali Shalfrooshan Ali Shalfrooshan is the Head of International Assessment R&D, at PSI Talent Management. Ali is an experienced business psychologist with a passion for using psychology, technology and psychometric test design to help organisations and individuals thrive. He has a particular interest in designing innovative solutions, which combine technology and scientific rigour to help deliver a measurable business impact.