In recent years, there has been a shift in the recruitment market where job openings outnumber qualified candidates.
While the COVID-19 pandemic has disrupted this trend, resulting in an increased labour supply, companies still need to plan and innovate their talent assessment process to stay ahead of the curve. Additionally, they need to address the changing expectations of jobseekers to ensure they have a positive candidate experience, which goes to maintain the company’s reputation.
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About the Author
Sheryl Chua is part of the Product Innovation & Insights team with Institute for Human Resource Professionals (IHRP). Her work involves overseeing the end-to-end business operations for the national HR certification, leading the product enhancement and development for IHRP certification, and analysing HR data to present compelling business insights for stakeholders. Prior to joining IHRP in 2019, Sheryl was an IO psychologist with the public sector, where she worked on talent assessment and leadership development. Sheryl holds a Ph.D. in Psychology from Nanyang Technological University and has eight years of research experience.