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  • Preselecție & screening
Detaliile proiectului:

Design and implementation of online situational judgment tools and behavioural assessment for the pre-selection of store assistants and store managers

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UK
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Sectorul public & non-profit
Documente
by industry
  • Reference letter:
    Nanyang Business School
    2014
    Nanyang Business School
    Testimonial for cut-e Singapore
    cut-e Consulting Singapore succesfully provided online leadership self-assessment for around 75 MBA students as part of a module on "Leading People Globally" for Nanyang MBA.
  • Case study:
    VDI
    2015
    VDI
    Online 360 degree feedback to promote organisational values
    The VDI sought to deploy a management assessment not only to ensure that the management guidelines of the organisation are applied and that a two-way feedback culture is reinforced, but also to further develop the organisation itself. The VDI alsosaw that such assessment also provides managers self-insight which in turn supports their own development.
  • Case study:
    City of Dusseldorf
    City of Dusseldorf
    Selecting apprentices online at Dusseldorf City
    The challenge to those responsible for selection at Dusseldorf City was to create a streamlined and efficient process that not only managed the applications, but provided them with the information about the candidates when they need it.
  • Case study:
    City of Dusseldorf
    City of Dusseldorf
    Cheat-proof tests at Dusseldorf City
    Applicants to Dusseldorf City now apply directly via its application platform before being invited to take part in an online assessment. These initial test processes are carried out by the applicants at home or wherever they choose to access the online assessment. However, with such an approach there are two issues which may be of concern.
  • Case study:
    Norwegian Ministry of Foreign Affairs
    2011
    Norwegian Ministry of Foreign Affairs
    Future Norwegian Ambassadors selected with cut-e
  • Case study:
    Alarga
    Alarga
    Supporting diversity and colour-blind recruitment pro bono
    Being promoters of color-blind recruitment, helping Alarga was a given for us. This year we had the pleasure of organizing and executing the scholarship selection process through an assessment centre.
  • Case study:
    Frankfurt am Main
    2015
    Frankfurt am Main
    Applicant-oriented apprentice selection at Frankfurt City
    Each year, the City of Frankfurt trains around 300 apprentices for administration and commercial roles and 150 apprentices in other departments. This means the team need to be able to understand the qualities of applicants and their suitability for the apprentice programme. Inline with being an attractive city, City of Frankfurt also wanted to be an attractive employer.
  • Case study:
    Salzburg AG
    2015
    Salzburg AG
    Identifying talent for the future at Salzburg AG
    The performance programme within Salzburg AG looks to develop those with talent so they take key roles in the future. The challenge is to identify efficiently and fairly the potential of those on the programme and to develop them into these roles.
  • Case study:
    Hamburg City
    2015
    Hamburg City
    The Free & Hanseatic City of Hamburg backs innovation in staff selection
    The challenge: widespread use of assessment and needing to ensure quality, and speed of process
  • Case study:
    United Nations
    2003
    United Nations
    Selection in the public sector with the United Nations
    The United Nations recruits staff on a global basis. Applicants have various nationalities, ethnical backgrounds, and professions. To ensure speed and fairness in selection, the hiring assessment needs to take place on location in various countries worldwide, and each year has to cover about 1.500 candidates within one day.
by solution
  • Press release:
    Morgan Advanced
    2014
    Morgan Advanced
    Irish Psychometric Assessment Company Continues Impressive Growth
  • Case study:
    Elkjøp
    2014
    Elkjøp
    Recruitment process for sales personnel
    This case study presents how Elkjøp Nordic is now able to pick candidates with the highest sales potential by redesigning their recruitment process.
  • Press release:
    EADS/ Airbus
    2009
    EADS/ Airbus
    Major International Contract for Loughrea, Co Galway Company
    cut-e Group signs €200,000 Contract for Online Selection Assessment Systems with EADS Group - Makers of Airbus and Eurocopter
  • Case study:
    Dell
    Dell
    Improving sales competence at Dell
    Working together, Dell and cut-e create an assessment and interview process to predict professional and profitable sales behaviour.
  • Case study:
    Siemens
    2015
    Siemens
    Going mobile: Siemens supports school leaver career planning
    The challenge: ‘going mobile’ to keep pace with the changes in applicants’ technology behaviour
  • Case study:
    Musgrave
    2012
    Musgrave
    Presentation from cut-e networking event
    Intelligent graduate assessment design engaging the business and candidates through context-relevant exercises
  • Case study:
    O2 Telefonica
    2013
    O2 Telefonica
    Presentation from cut-e networking event
    Large-scale graduate recruitment across Europe to build a Telefonica fit for the future.
  • Case study:
    Electricity Supply Board
    2010
    Electricity Supply Board
    Presentation from cut-e networking event
    Securing the future engineering needs of ESB: the selection and education of apprentices to attain professional engineer qualifications
  • Case study:
    Vodafone Romania
    Vodafone Romania
    Vodafone drives change with 360 degree feedback
    Vodafone Romania needed to align to the Vodafone Group talent management strategy and chose cut-e as the provider to support in a 360° feedback process with over 5000 raters.
  • Case study:
    Olympus
    2015
    Olympus
    Identifying and selecting sales competence
    The challenge: designing an online assessment process which meets Olympus requirements
  • Case study:
    Aer Lingus
    2015
    Aer Lingus
    Presentation from Aviation Summit 2015
    Something We’re Proud of! Aer Lingus Cadet Selection.
  • Case study:
    Scoot
    2015
    Scoot
    Presentation from Aviation Summit 2015
    Scoot Case Study - Hiring Right First Time
  • Case study:
    easyJet
    2015
    easyJet
    Presentation from Aviation Summit 2015
    Recruiting cabin crew, pilots and graduates at easyJet.
  • Case study:
    Transcom
    2016
    Transcom
    Presentation from The Global Retail and Hospitality Talent Summit
    Should I stay or should I go? - Increasing the profitability at Transcom by focusing on retention in the selection of call centre workers
  • Case study:
    EADS
    EADS
    EADS takes off with cut-e
    Faced with the challenge of selecting the best candidates from a large number of graduate applicants, and knowing that they needed the experience of external providers, EADS looked to cut-e and the consultancy company Mannaz to support their recruitment process.
  • Case study:
    Aer Lingus
    2012
    Aer Lingus
    Presentation from cut-e networking event
    Using online assessment tools within Aer Lingus to predict behavioural fit in cadet airline pilots and engineering technician apprentices
  • Case study:
    Dell
    2012
    Dell
    Presentation from cut-e networking event
    Creating a Europe wide online assessment and interview process that predicts professional and profitable sales behaviour
  • Case study:
    Siemens
    2015
    Siemens
    Presentation from cut-e networking event
    Integration partners and systems
  • Case study:
    Elkjøp
    2015
    Elkjøp
    Presentation from cut-e networking event
    Recruiting in Elkjøp Nordic
  • Case study:
    easyJet
    2015
    easyJet
    Presentation from Aviation Summit 2015
    Security - Protecting our people, our brand and our current Threats
  • Case study:
    O2 Telefónica
    2016
    O2 Telefónica
    Presentation from The Global Retail and Hospitality Talent Summit
    Making Retail Remarkable
  • Case study:
    Siemens
    2012
    Siemens
    Presentation from cut-e networking event
    The role of Online Assessment in attracting and selecting young potential
  • Case study:
    easyJet
    2014
    easyJet
    Retaining the competitive edge
    Retaining the competitive edge at easyJet has a number of important components: identifying the right candidates, optimising the speed of the process, offering realistic job previews, obtaining strong metrics, built into a refined process.
  • Case study:
    Dell
    2015
    Dell
    Presentation from cut-e networking event
    Driving Productivity Through Assessment & Selection
  • Case study:
    Elkjøp in the press
    2015
    Elkjøp in the press
    Article published 27 May 2015 on OrgVue: HR Interventions with Impact: How a retailer gained €12.3m through better recruiting
    Measuring the value of HR inputs and showing results in numbers - shown in case studies. First up is consumer electronics retailer Elkjøp and its recruitment advisor, a recruitment analytics firm called cut-e.
  • Case study:
    easyJet
    2013
    easyJet
    Presentation from cut-e networking event
    Achieving process efficiency, quality of hire and return on investment when recruiting cabin crew, pilots and graduates at easyJet.
  • Case study:
    Elkjøp
    2016
    Elkjøp
    Presentation from The Global Retail and Hospitality Talent Summit
    Increasing Sales Productivity through Predictive Analytics
  • Case study:
    easyJet
    2010
    easyJet
    Presentation at cut-e networking event
    Use of external & internal selection systems to predict success in customer-facing staff and managers
  • Case study:
    City of Dusseldorf
    City of Dusseldorf
    Selecting apprentices online at Dusseldorf City
    The challenge to those responsible for selection at Dusseldorf City was to create a streamlined and efficient process that not only managed the applications, but provided them with the information about the candidates when they need it.
  • Case study:
    City of Dusseldorf
    City of Dusseldorf
    Cheat-proof tests at Dusseldorf City
    Applicants to Dusseldorf City now apply directly via its application platform before being invited to take part in an online assessment. These initial test processes are carried out by the applicants at home or wherever they choose to access the online assessment. However, with such an approach there are two issues which may be of concern.
  • Case study:
    Norwegian Ministry of Foreign Affairs
    2011
    Norwegian Ministry of Foreign Affairs
    Future Norwegian Ambassadors selected with cut-e
  • Case study:
    R+V
    2013
    R+V
    Reshaping apprentice selection with customised online tests
    R+V upgrades the selection process for apprentices and trainees from traditional paper and pencil tests to pure online assessment.
  • Case study:
    Dortmund Municipal Works AG
    Dortmund Municipal Works AG
    Selecting apprentices with online tests
    The Dortmund Municipal Works AG (DSW21) in Germany is responsible for local public transport in Dortmund and the surrounding areas and is used by 143 million passengers every year.
  • Case study:
    PwC
    2015
    PwC
    Presentation from cut-e networking event
    An innovative way to support employability skills in student recruitment
  • Case study:
    Frankfurt am Main
    2015
    Frankfurt am Main
    Applicant-oriented apprentice selection at Frankfurt City
    Each year, the City of Frankfurt trains around 300 apprentices for administration and commercial roles and 150 apprentices in other departments. This means the team need to be able to understand the qualities of applicants and their suitability for the apprentice programme. Inline with being an attractive city, City of Frankfurt also wanted to be an attractive employer.
  • Case study:
    Crédit Agricole
    2015
    Crédit Agricole
    Faster access to better assessment information
    The challenge: managing and assessing fairly high volumes of applications
  • Case study:
    Octapharma
    2015
    Octapharma
    Driving change in recruitment at Octapharma
    The challenge: Introducing an objective, informed and timely recruitment process – accepted by the managers
  • Case study:
    Volkswagen
    2015
    Volkswagen
    Identifying great sales people for Volkswagen
    Volkswagen needed to recruite a large number of new car sales people - and to find a way to do this across its operations in different countries in a standardised and consistent way.
  • Case study:
    Paul Hartmann
    2015
    Paul Hartmann
    Investing in future generations at HARTMANN
    HARTMANN has always looked internally to grow its talent and to provide careers for its current employees. By increasing the number of apprentices HARTMANN takes on, the company not only secures future talent but also creates employment opportunities in the region. The challenge was to optomising the selection process and to secure the best.
  • Case study:
    Canon
    2015
    Canon
    Tailored and role-specific online assessment
    To supplement its established assessment centre information, Ocè appointed cut-e develop a tailored and role specific assessment.
  • Case study:
    Hamburg City
    2015
    Hamburg City
    The Free & Hanseatic City of Hamburg backs innovation in staff selection
    The challenge: widespread use of assessment and needing to ensure quality, and speed of process
  • Case study:
    DNB
    2012
    DNB
    Presentation cut-e from cut-e networking event
    The DNB experience - identifying graduate potential
  • Case study:
    Volksfuersorge Generali
    2013
    Volksfuersorge Generali
    Presentation, cut-e networking event
    Decentralized recruitment process to hire successful insurance agents at Volksfuersorge Generali
  • Case study:
    Tesco
    2013
    Tesco
    Presentation from cut-e networking event
    To centralise or not to centralise – how Tesco is driving best practice in resourcing and selection in a large and complex international business
  • Case study:
    Deutsche Telekom
    Deutsche Telekom
    Taking responsibility for personal growth through self assessment
    As many players in the telecommunications market, the German Telekom has to cope with constant change processes that create many new challenges for the client’s employees, as well as a lot of uncertainty and concern regarding their personal and professional development.
  • Case study:
    Volksführsorge Generali
    2015
    Volksführsorge Generali
    Made-to-measure sales assessment at Volksfürsorge
    Volksfürsorge has 300 regional offices across Germany and they serve as regional contact points for clients and sales personnel. With such a decentralised organisation, consistency in the professional selection of sales staff was difficult maintain and so Volksfürsorge decided to standardise this process. This meant that any instrument used, would have to be implemented locally but in an efficient and user-friendly manner.
  • Case study:
    Deutsche Telekom
    2010
    Deutsche Telekom
    Presentation from cut-e networking event
    Integrating online assessment in the selection process at Deutsche Telekom
  • Case study:
    Crédit Agricole
    2015
    Crédit Agricole
    Presentation from cut-e networking event
    Optimized use of online assessments via the integration with an ATS
  • Case study:
    Octapharma
    2015
    Octapharma
    Presentation from cut-e networking event
    The recruiter is a time traveler - A new way of recruiting in Octapharma Stockholm
  • Case study:
    PwC
    2015
    PwC
    Providing feedback in a project-based organisation
    PwC in Germany, Austria and Switzerland carries out a 360-degree feedback process every two years in which all of the 1,200 managers based in that area participate. As part of this, there are two key challenges PwC faces: who provides the feedback – and how to make it relevant?
  • Case study:
    Crédit Agricole
    2013
    Crédit Agricole
    enhances graduate recruitment
    Crédit Agricole has adopted a range of cut-e aptitude tests to improve the hiring of trainees, apprentices and young graduates.
  • Case study:
    Steinhoff
    2012
    Steinhoff
    Presentation from cut-e networking event
    Predicting high performance Manager an Sales Advisors in a high value retail environment
by country
  • Press release:
    EADS/ Airbus
    2009
    EADS/ Airbus
    Major International Contract for Loughrea, Co Galway Company
    cut-e Group signs €200,000 Contract for Online Selection Assessment Systems with EADS Group - Makers of Airbus and Eurocopter
  • Case study:
    Dell
    Dell
    Improving sales competence at Dell
    Working together, Dell and cut-e create an assessment and interview process to predict professional and profitable sales behaviour.
  • Case study:
    O2 Telefonica
    2013
    O2 Telefonica
    Presentation from cut-e networking event
    Large-scale graduate recruitment across Europe to build a Telefonica fit for the future.
  • Case study:
    Vodafone Romania
    Vodafone Romania
    Vodafone drives change with 360 degree feedback
    Vodafone Romania needed to align to the Vodafone Group talent management strategy and chose cut-e as the provider to support in a 360° feedback process with over 5000 raters.
  • Case study:
    easyJet
    2015
    easyJet
    Presentation from Aviation Summit 2015
    Recruiting cabin crew, pilots and graduates at easyJet.
  • Case study:
    EADS
    EADS
    EADS takes off with cut-e
    Faced with the challenge of selecting the best candidates from a large number of graduate applicants, and knowing that they needed the experience of external providers, EADS looked to cut-e and the consultancy company Mannaz to support their recruitment process.
  • Case study:
    Dell
    2012
    Dell
    Presentation from cut-e networking event
    Creating a Europe wide online assessment and interview process that predicts professional and profitable sales behaviour
  • Case study:
    easyJet
    2015
    easyJet
    Presentation from Aviation Summit 2015
    Security - Protecting our people, our brand and our current Threats
  • Case study:
    O2 Telefónica
    2016
    O2 Telefónica
    Presentation from The Global Retail and Hospitality Talent Summit
    Making Retail Remarkable
  • Case study:
    easyJet
    2014
    easyJet
    Retaining the competitive edge
    Retaining the competitive edge at easyJet has a number of important components: identifying the right candidates, optimising the speed of the process, offering realistic job previews, obtaining strong metrics, built into a refined process.
  • Case study:
    Dell
    2015
    Dell
    Presentation from cut-e networking event
    Driving Productivity Through Assessment & Selection
  • Case study:
    easyJet
    2013
    easyJet
    Presentation from cut-e networking event
    Achieving process efficiency, quality of hire and return on investment when recruiting cabin crew, pilots and graduates at easyJet.
  • Case study:
    easyJet
    2010
    easyJet
    Presentation at cut-e networking event
    Use of external & internal selection systems to predict success in customer-facing staff and managers
  • Case study:
    Ricoh
    2013
    Ricoh
    Presentation from cut-e networking event
    Using Smart Assessment Technology the Ricoh Way
  • Case study:
    PwC
    2015
    PwC
    Presentation from cut-e networking event
    An innovative way to support employability skills in student recruitment
  • Case study:
    Tesco
    2013
    Tesco
    Presentation from cut-e networking event
    To centralise or not to centralise – how Tesco is driving best practice in resourcing and selection in a large and complex international business
  • Case study:
    PwC
    2015
    PwC
    Providing feedback in a project-based organisation
    PwC in Germany, Austria and Switzerland carries out a 360-degree feedback process every two years in which all of the 1,200 managers based in that area participate. As part of this, there are two key challenges PwC faces: who provides the feedback – and how to make it relevant?
  • Case study:
    Steinhoff
    2012
    Steinhoff
    Presentation from cut-e networking event
    Predicting high performance Manager an Sales Advisors in a high value retail environment