Virtual assessment centers always put the assessors on the same level and ‘virtual room’ as the participants – even if they are on the other side of the world. They are certainly greener and more cost-effective solutions for certain. Apart from the agility and ease of implementation, they bring many other benefits:

  1. Simplified logistics
  2. Superior participant experience
  3. Better hiring decisions or development planning inputs.

Here’s a video featuring Richard McConkey, where he talks about the challenges faced in adopting “virtual” assessment centers and the role of technology in eliminating those challenges.

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