During the recruitment process, you'll be asked to take the following G4s tests. These tests are completed online and provided by SHL. To successfully move on to the next stage of the hiring process, utilise JobTestPrep's comprehensive preparation package for G4s's online tests.
The logical reasoning tests SHL produces measure your abstract reasoning skills. These skills are based on mere logic, and they are independent of your language skills or prior knowledge. On these tests, you need to identify the logical pattern of the shapes presented to you and select the diagram that completes it. The most common type of question one can expect to encounter on an SHL logical test is 'next-in-series'. In this type of question, you are presented with a row of figures and must choose the figure that comes next in the series.
JobTestPrep aims to prepare G4s job candidates for their pre-employment assessment. To this end, we have designed tests and drills that are similar to the ones you will be required to take during the company's hiring process. Our resources will familiarize you with the test's format and improve all cognitive abilities and skills that the company measures by this test, even though sometimes the number of exercises on our and the company's tests may differ. JobTestPrep's practice tests will enhance your verbal and numerical skills, your reasoning and decision-making abilities, which will help you pass your test with ease and confidence. Answer keys and study guides added to our preparation pack will further increase your chances of receiving a job offer at the company.
The hiring process of G4s is competitive and selective. It is comprised of a G4s online application, phone interview, G4s psychometric test, an application pack, and an assessment centre. Learn more about each of these stages below as well as how we can help you prepare for your Gs4 graduate recruitment and get ready for your G4s career.
JobTestPrep's online practice is designed to help you succeed and stand out from other applicants. By practising with our online G4s assessment tests, answer explanations, and detailed score reports you will feel less anxious and more confident come test day.
If you manage to successfully pass the online tests, you will be invited to a G4s interview. This interview is conducted either face-to-face or by telephone depending on the job for which you have applied. It usually lasts about 45 minutes, with candidates for summer internship and work placement programs having a shorter interview lasting approximately 20 minutes. Interviews can be the most nerve-wracking part of the process, but preparation is key to helping you stay calm and focused. With the help of our Interview PrepPack™, you can ensure a stellar performance during your interview.
This interview will be conducted in person with a professional representative or someone from G4s management from the department to which you are applying. During the interview, you will discuss your past work experience and your reasons for aspiring to work in the specific role. You will also discuss technical aspects of the desired G4s position, such as your workplace location and anticipated salary. Make sure to prepare for the interview by researching G4s and the area to which you are applying.
An assessment centre may be the final stage of your application process. The assessment day takes place either at the company campus or at a hired venue. You are evaluated by a series of assessment centre exercises, including both individual and group tasks. These exercises include aptitude tests and two interviews, one of which is a security screening. This day gives your prospective employer a rounded profile of your competencies and an insight into your performance in the workplace and your success during G4s training.
Depending on the job and profession you are seeking, you may encounter a pre-hire math test, also known as a numerical reasoning test, a quantitative reasoning test, or a numerical test. This is the most common type of aptitude test applicants can face. Test takers are assessed on their ability to understand and make decisions based on numerical data. The exam may be administered as part of an online job application, at the job site, or during an interview. However, it's important to note that there are no standard pre-employment math tests.
The hiring process depends on the number of tasks you have to fulfil. Typically, there are hundreds, if not thousands of candidates are applying for the same job. Whilst most of them are filtered out through the use of online tests, that still leaves many who have to go through face to face assessments and interviews. We can make some generalisations though. Online tests and automatic application screening typically take no more than a week. However, you will only know if you have got through to the next stage of the application process once the job posting has been closed. The company will normally take a further month to come up with a shortlist of candidates who should attend interviews and assessment centres. These assessment centres usually take place in the first three months of the year and you get the results typically about a week or two afterward. We can, therefore, say that the entire process can take up to six months.
Assessment centres usually consist of a four to eight-hour schedule over one or two days, although, in some rare cases, they may last for three days. The exact schedule for each employer varies for the simple reason that every company does things its own way.
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