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JobTestPrep has done detailed research about the tests that Foshini invites its job candidates to take before making a hiring decision. Based on our findings, we have developed close models of Foshini’s tests that include tasks and questions similar to those you will meet on your official examination. If you practice with our tests and drills, no question on Foshini’s assessment will appear difficult to you. Step-by-step study guides and answer keys also incorporated in our PrepPack™ will allow you to see whether you are improving your results while practising. With our explanations, you will easily locate those areas where your knowledge is deficient and eliminate your weaknesses before you come to take your test. To ensure your success not only on Foshini’s test but also on an interview with its representatives, JobTestPrep also offers you interview practice and questions most frequently asked by Foshini’s recruiters. Equipped with our resources, you will easily land the job for which you applied.

 

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Foshini Interview Policy

It is very common to participate in several interviews prior to becoming an employee with Foshini. The initial interview or screening interview will most likely be held over the phone with an HR representative. In this interview you will be asked several questions covering your availability, salary expectations, work experience, etc.

If you happen to pass the initial screening interview, you should be invited to participate in one or several face-to-face interviews which may be held either one-to-one, in a group, or before a panel.


Foshini Assessment Centre Objective

The Assessment Centre is a place where the thorough evaluation of job candidates’ cognitive abilities and suitability for job is conducted. Among personal and professional qualities that are measured during an assessment, event are leadership, adaptability, quick thinking, problem-solving, and abilities to communicate well with others and work productively in teams. To evaluate these qualities most precisely, employers ask applicants to participate in such activities as oral presentation of a specific topic, group exercise, case studies, role-playing, and simulation exercises. There are also such individual tasks that job candidates are required to perform as taking tests and conversing with potential employers. By inviting applicants to participate in these different activities, employers at the Assessment Centre hope to conduct more just and thorough measurement of their professional traits than they usually do just by asking them to take a test and have an interview. The assessment event lasts one full day or, in some cases, two days and is rounded off by an interview with employers who may offer a job position to successful candidates.


How are Verbal Tests Evaluated?

There is no passing score on the verbal test. But this does not mean that you cannot fail the test. Whether you have done well on your verbal tests is determined relative to the results of other job candidates vying for a similar position or employees who already work in similar roles. Evaluating your test scores relative to other employees allows companies to hire people with the best results. This method of scoring your verbal test maybe disadvantageous, even if you receive a good mark on it. Even if on your pre-employment assessment, you correctly answer, say, 27 questions out of 30, your results may still be considered poor compared to scores of other applicants. If the majority of your competitors get 29 questions right, you will not pass your test and will not be invited for a face-to-face interview. Because your results on the Verbal Test so obviously depend on other people’s comparative intellectual inferiority to you, practising for it is crucial. You need not only to score high but also leave others behind to excel on your verbal test and be invited for the interview.

What Factors are Included in the Situational Judgement Test Score?

There are four primary main areas that the SJT focuses upon including; decision making, problem-solving, interpersonal skills and organizational skills.

  • Decision Making: Your employer wants to know before hiring you, how you cope with making tough on the spot decisions. This is especially true for those vying for C-Level positions.
  • Problem Solving: Do you have the logical, critical and analytical skills needed to innovate and keep your company relevant with viable solutions for evolving markets?
  • Interpersonal Skills: A company (especially the corporations) is made of many moving parts. Do you have the personality to successfully collaborate between divisions to get the job done?
  • Organizational Skills: As the old saying goes, time is money and companies in our fast-paced and never-ending work weeks need you to be on the ball and organized to quickly take on any challenge.

Why Do Companies Ask Applicants to Take the Numerical Reasoning Test?

Many companies ask their job candidates to take the Numerical Reasoning Test as a part of their hiring process, because they want to evaluate how well their prospective employees understand and analyze numerical data. Most of the positions require working with numbers; employers, therefore, make an effort to ascertain that job applicants can perform at least basic numerical operations such as adding, subtracting, multiplying, and dividing. The Numerical Reasoning Test is a reliable evaluation of applicants’ numerical skills and utilized by many companies. If you want to succeed on your pre-employment assessment, practice with our Numerical Tests designed to increase your chances of becoming employed.

What Is a Panel Interview?

Some companies organize panel interviews instead of a regular face-to-face interview. The difference is that on the panel interview, you get an opportunity to meet more representatives of the company than on the usual in-person interview. As a rule, during the panel interview, you will talk with 6 or 7 people, including Human Resources representatives and several of your prospective managers and team leaders. They will take turns to pose questions to you. The recruiters may walk you through your résumé and ask you competency-based questions to ascertain whether you have knowledge and experience to succeed in the new role. Other questions will be situational. The interviewers will expect you to tell them about a difficult situation at work that you successfully resolved by taking certain actions. Sometimes, they will rank your responses on the scale from 1 to 5, while you are answering their questions. If you pass the panel interview well, you may be invited to talk with the higher managers of the company or simply offered the job.

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Why Do Companies Ask Job Candidates to Take Tests?

Many employers believe that basing their hiring decision on an applicant’s CV and answers to the interview’s questions is insufficient. Neither the CV nor interviews convey a fair picture of applicants’ professionalism and personality. Their skills and personality traits show better through their answers to questions posed on pre-employment tests. This is why employers invite their job candidates to take various tests as a part of their hiring process. You cannot receive a job offer, if you do not excel on your test. Do not come to your test without preparation then. Practice with JobTestPrep’s comprehensive resources. Our top-notch resources will lead you to employment.

What Should I Expect During the Foshini Hiring Process?

Once you have submitted your application and it has been screened by Foshini you will most likely receive a phone call for an interview. Many companies require their applicants to go through a series of interviews and assessments prior to considering them for the position. The number of interviews and pre-hire assessments you will need to go through will be entirely dependent upon the type of job you have applied for. With this in mind, please know that the Foshini hiring process can take anywhere from a few weeks to several months.

 

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