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certifierade
28 Sep

JobMatch Talent’s predictive validity

Psychology and Behavioral Science, International Journal has published a study on JobMatch Talent’s predictive validity. The study shows that JobMatch Talent’s predictive validity – ie the test’s ability to predict work performance is far above what other psychological tests have documented. Professor Emeritus Trevor Archer from the University of Gothenburg believes that predictive validity is Read more…

certifierade
21 Sep

JobMatch Talent available in yet another language

We continue to expand the availability of the JobMatch Talent test. Now the personality test is also available in Turkish. The international demand for JobMatch talent is ever increasing. Earlier this year, the availability of the JobMatch Talent test increased as five more languages were added – Arabic, French, Italian, Dutch and Spanish – and Read more…

Ny studie: Kan JobMatch Talent förutse personlig utveckling
15 Sep

Different driving forces between male and female leadership

There are very few differences between male and female leadership styles; there is a significantly greater difference between younger and older managers, for example. What a new study from the University of Gothenburg on the personality test JobMatch Talent shows is that the underlying driving forces are all the more different. These insights can help Read more…