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In the last 18 months, ongoing changes and increased uncertainty have led to high pressure, more stressful work environments for many. For employers, the ability to recruit resilient individuals who can overcome challenges, deal well with setbacks and thrive in high-pressure situations is more important than ever.

However, with the war on talent intensifying and many companies seeking the same attributes, how can we accurately and efficiently assess ‘resilience’ in individuals?   

Omni’s Head of Assessment James Crichton joins this month’s CA3 Cup of Tea podcast to answer this key question and offer advice on how organisations can transform the way they resource and assess candidates.  

Listen now on Apple or whatever platform you get your podcasts.