For many employers, aptitude tests have meaning beyond the scores. Here's what you need to know.
Group interviews sometimes have surprises that go beyond what should usually happen. (Didn't read part 1 of this article? Read it first and then come back here for the conclusion of the story.) This is a guest post by Ronni Kives. If you’d also like to guest post here on JobMob, follow these guest post guidelines. After the coffee break, the next exercise was: Exercise 4: What can you do with a ten agura coin?
Who says you can't prepare for a group interview? One woman's account of her group interview adventure in Israel. A JobMob reader had a sneak peek at this article before his own Israeli group interview and said that the story below really was helpful. Enjoy! This is a guest post by Ronni Kives. If you’d also like to guest post here on JobMob, follow these guest post guidelines. Disclaimer: all names in this article are fictitious. Resemblance to any Marketing Communication Manager or Human Resources employee is coincidental.
When it comes to psychometric testing in Israel, Machon Pilat is the name most people think of. This is what it's like to spend a testing day there.