It appears Shell, the global oil giants, have scrapped their popular assessment system popularly called Shell Recruitment Day (SRD).
SRD, which is a full day exercise that involved group tasks, presentations and interviews, used to be the final assessment, but according to their website, the new final assessment is a CASE STUDY which involves face-to-face session with two Shell professionals, where you will be given the case two days in advance.
This is how they put it:
This is the last assessment stage. It consists of a face to face session with two professionals at Shell. During this session you will be asked to discuss your thoughts on a case study, which you will have a chance to review 48 hours prior to the session. You will need to read and prepare for this, but don’t worry, more information will be provided closer to the time. On the day of your assessment, you will be assigned a topic relating to your case study and then given 20 minutes (30 for non-native English speakers) to prepare a 5-minute presentation. This presentation will be followed by questions and additional scenarios from the assessors for up to 30 minutes. After this, will be an interview – this is where you have the chance to get to know us, and for us to get to know you better. To make the interview process more convenient and comfortable, we are leveraging the latest digital technology to bring the experience to you – wherever you may be.
Source: Shell Website
No mention of Shell Recruitment Day or SRD on Shell website at all again, which effectively means that system has been jettisoned.
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