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assessment centrenoun [C]

UK (US assessment center) uk   us   HR
a process in which a group of people who are being considered for a job are given a series of tests or interviews that can last for a day or more: The assessment centre can involve group discussion, group tasks, and that all-important interview. One in five employers uses a candidate assessment centre as a means of selecting staff.
a place where people are tested and interviewed for a job: Please arrive at the assessment centre no later than 9 o'clock.
(Definition of assessment centre from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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