The Apprentice's 'inefficient' & 'wasteful' assessment holds a recruitment lesson

The Apprentice's 'inefficient' & 'wasteful' assessment holds a recruitment lesson

The Apprentice’s assessment techniques have not moved with its changing end result, according to Alexander Mann Solutions’ Head of Consulting, Simon Lythgoe.

Lythgoe reasons that sticking to the similar, old-fashioned assessments is producing the identical, obsolete results – despite the fact that the final prize has changed.

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Comments (2)

  • LKB
    LKB
    Fri, 16 Dec 2016 4:01pm GMT
    @Roy

    Indeed, learing recruitment from the apprentice is as non-sense as learning how to invest from wolf of the wall street.
  • Roy
    Roy
    Thu, 15 Dec 2016 12:34pm GMT
    It's a TV programme - entertainment that might change some young lives. That's all. It's not supposed to be a lesson in good recruitment practice.