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Video: The (un)biased nature of psychometric tests in recruitment

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Do psychometric tests discriminate against minorities

Properly applied, psychometric assessments do not inherently discriminate against minority groups. 

In fact, they can reduce bias by focusing on the candidate’s potential rather than subjective impressions. 

Unlike impressionistic decision-making, which humans are inherently flawed at, psychometric testing offers an algorithmic approach, enhancing the fairness and objectivity of the hiring process.

By utilising valid psychometric tools, employers increase the likelihood of a successful hire, aligning with fair employment practices.

The (un)biased nature of psychometric tests in recruitment

Watch the video to understand the degree of bias in psychometric testing and how it can affect discrimination during the recruitment process.

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