For over 20 years, Fletchers Solicitors have been supplying clients who have sustained injuries with professional guidance. Applicants who are interested in a permanent Fletchers Solicitors career, or wish to become a part of the Fletchers Solicitors Apprenticeship program, must possess knowledge of the law, moral values and intellect.
Stages which are part of the hiring process are:
Candidates may be expected to take the Watson Glaser Critical Thinking Appraisal (WGCTA), which is a verbal-style entrance exam. The Watson Glaser test is divided into five categories which independently focus on a separate skill. The critical thinking trait is defined as possessing the ability to understand many viewpoints and to distinguish facts from opinions. Additionally, psychometric exams may be given to assess test-takers’ cognitive aptitude. The verbal, abstract, and numerical reasoning assessments look at candidates’ numerical data analysis and understanding, their verbal comprehension, and their ability to evaluate and connect different types of information. The competency-based assessments, such as the situational judgement (SJT) and personality tests assess character and behavioural traits, determine whether applicants can communicate and deal with challenging work-related scenarios.
The competency-based interview questions are based on the belief that past behaviours in the workplace gives employers a better understanding of your personality and thought process. Examples of interview questions are as follows:
The most efficient method of preparing for competency-based questions is by reflecting on past experiences and providing a response that portrays your actions clearly and confidently.
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