Monthly Archives: June 2013

Psychometric tests: can we make more optimal use of ’em?

I think I first encountered psychometric tests used as a recruitment tool more than twenty-five years ago. It’s probable that I have been asked to complete a few of these tests, though bless me, for the instances themselves have been … Continue reading

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The horse-meat scandal. Events move on.

Today has seen two eventualities of interest. At an Open Board Meeting of the Food Standards Agency (FSA) held at its offices within Aviation House, London, Prof. Pat Troop reported her verbal preview of her findings to the board. Pat … Continue reading

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