Nestlé (Nestle, Nestle) is the undisputed leader among food manufacturers in the world. This is a huge industrial empire with a total number of employees in the world of more than 350 thousand people.
PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC, Pricewaterhouse, PricewaterhouseCoopers) is one of the largest audit and other business services companies in the world, informal leader of the top Big 4 audit firms and many consider it the best place to work. With a total number of its employees of about 270,000 worldwide in 2020 it is not surprising that every year PwC receives more than 990,000 job applications, with only 9,000-10,000 vacancies being opened.
In the article below you will receive information that will help you to show your best side during a pre-employment process and get a job in PwC.
Procter and Gamble Corporation (P&G, Procter and Gamble) is one of the largest American manufacturers of various consumer products in the field of hygiene, household chemicals, cosmetics and perfumes. Procter and Gamble is one of the leading companies in the industry of FMCG (fast moving consumer goods), has factories in 80 countries and sales departments in about 180 countries as of end of 2019.
Psychometric testing companies offer a wide range of tests of various types and difficulty levels. These can be aptitude tests for intellectual abilities, personality tests and tests for determining professional skills. In this article, we will cover psychometric and personality tests that are used to assess the intellectual abilities and skills of applicants for call center and customer support jobs. You will learn about the types of tests that are most widely used to assess the knowledge and skills of candidates for vacancies in call centers and what qualities employers expect to find in the test results.
Many people think that when a company hires a new manager, he or she can be evaluated only after an interview and a trial period, but for a manager of any level, from the head of the department to the CEO, psychometric aptitude tests for managers are even more relevant than for junior employees.
Surveys conducted in early 2020 showed that 79% of companies in Europe and about 71% of all companies in the world with more than 100 employees use pre-employment psychometric tests. And by 2021 this number worldwide will reach 84-85%.
For young people who are just starting their careers, one of the best places to work and grow quickly is the Big Four audit firms: PricewaterhouseCoopers, Ernst and Young, Deloitte and KPMG.
Abstract reasoning tests, also known as logical reasoning tests or diagraamatic reasoning tests measure your ability to perceive and understand abstract forms, sequences, matrices and figures and logical rules behind these forms. These tests assess your skills of imagination, visualization and abstract thinking and play a major role in determining the level of logical thinking skills required to solve any logical task you may face at work. In an article you will find examples of various types of abstract reasoning tests, an explanation of their solutions and preparation tips.
Verbal reasoning tests, also known as verbal ability test or verbal analysis tests – what are they and how to pass verbal testing? In this article we will tell you everything you may need about verbal reasoning tests and tips how to secure a high score on verbal tests.
After being for 16 years in HR we can confidently assert that 100% of large companies that employ millions of people all over the world use numerical reasoning tests. Numerical reasoning is the most commonly used type of aptitude testing and 1000s of candidates are tested with them every day.
Whether you are applying for a job in an office or in a plant, in an airline or a social service and you are to pass a series of numerical reasoning tests. So read our article to learn more about these tests and tips how to pass them.
Psychometric aptitude tests from SHL is a tool that is widely used in the field of recruiting and enables employers to filter out unsuitable candidates for their jobs before the interview. The brand name of SHL tests is shltools and currently it is shltools versions 3 and higher that are most commonly used. The test technology was developed more than 35 years ago by Peter Seville and Roger Hodsworth. It is used by the largest international corporations, such as Procter & Gamble, Unilever, Johnson & Johnson, Philip Morris, Gazprom, IKEA, METRO, Shell, PwC, HSBC, KPMG, Deloitte, BAT and a huge number of other companies from all industries and social services. A partial list of these companies can be found in our article about test development companies.