Recruitment and Selection

How we can help

Whether you are recruiting for one or one hundred, Square Peg can assist with your campaign strategy, interview or assessment process, candidate feedback and job offer. We have extensive experience of recruiting at all levels and in a huge variety of industries, from individual interviews to large-scale assessment centres.
 

Sourcing

We can advise on the most appropriate place to find your ideal candidate, be it LinkedIn, or an industry related website. We can also help to create and place your advert, as well as handle responses.
 

Assessment

We often suggest using psychometric tests and/or personality tests as part of the selection process. Psychometrics can help you identify the right person for the job. These assessments provide an independent measure of a person's competencies, abilities, personality and motivations. You're able to build a full picture of your candidate and their suitability for the role and your organisation, in an impartial manner. Choosing the right assessment for your vacancy can be confusing! There are many different types - ability tests, personality questionnaires, situational judgement tests, motivation and values-based assessment...the list goes on.

Square Peg HR is an official partner of Korn Ferry Hay Group and as such, recommend the use of Talent Q's online assessment products. However, our consultants are trained in a range of products and we'll always recommend what is most appropriate for your organisational requirements. 
 

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Short-listing

Your dedicated Square Peg consultant will be familiar with the type of candidate you're looking for and can help with short-listing. Effective short-listing can save you time and money in the long run - let someone else do the hard work for you!
 

Interviewing

It goes without saying that you'll want to interview for your own vacancy, but having a Square Peg expert on your panel who will remain objective, and help lead you through what you can (and can't) ask can be extremely beneficial.