Our systems are customisable and co-designed for ED&I making candidate selection F.A.I.R.
Factual and cost-efficient
Automated scientific MMI method
Improved candidate satisfaction and engagement
MMIs are a structured in-person candidate selection approach consisting of a series of 6-12 mini-interviews conducted by different interviewers, each lasting up to 10 minutes, in a timed circuit. Scores from each short interview are aggregated to profile candidates, assessing them against role-defined attributes and values.
MMIs take applicants outside their comfort zone by asking unexpected questions to generate authentic, spontaneous responses. They have been proven to reduce bias and provide robust, valid, and cost-efficient assessments in over 70 published academic studies since 2004.
The science of MMIs is built into our systems. Unintentional bias, that can occur when MMIs are undertaken in person, is reduced, helping businesses to be sure that their hiring decisions are fair and informed.
Our team comprises of individuals with the necessary skills and expertise to help you add value and efficiency to your selection processes.
Provide unique external perspectives to build value, integrity and innovation in candidate selection to academic, public and industry sectors.
Yes, 25% extra time can be added to the time spent at each question so if for example questions were timed at 4 minutes, applicants requiring extra time could have 5 minutes per question.
Yes, it can.
Yes, we have collected data on over 1000 applicants exploring reliability and acceptability which are both high.
Yes, you can view a ‘status page’ that tracks applicants progress and updates hourly.
This is available according to each customers discretion.
Yes, they can go into to the practise page using their provided link and familiarise themselves with the platform as often a needed before attempting the questions.
Yes, you can, and we can support you to do this.
We can provide either, depending on preference.
A copy of the recordings is automatically downloaded onto applicant’s hard drive so they can submit this if required.
No, once they start, they have to complete the circuit to emulate the multiple mini-interview methodology.
Yes, you can.
The research evidence from multiple mini-interviews (MMIs) on which SAMMI is grounded shows that between 7-12 questions lasting 4-5 minutes gives optimal reliability.