”YOU CAN DISCOVER MORE ABOUT A PERSON IN AN HOUR OF PLAY THAN IN A YEAR OF CONVERSATION.“ Platon
In the past, performance-based assessment centres were the norm. Today Escape Games are THE modern instrument for personnel selection. The work culture has changed in recent years. Hard skills are still very important, but many companies have understood that a well-rehearsed team can ensure lasting success.
Therefore companies use Escape Games as a team building measure to have fun together – but also to get to know their employees better. By filtering strengths and weaknesses, employees can be optimally integrated into work processes.
Escape game formats offer an ideal approach to team development. They require various attributes and cannot be solved alone. The group fares better the more team-oriented the individual people are. In addition to team work, characteristics such as logical thinking, creativity and empathy are crucial. Both are required, against a ticking clock that creates tension in the game, but also provides information about stress resistance.
”IF EVERYONE IS MOVING FORWARD TOGETHER, THEN
SUCCESS TAKES CARE OF ITSELF.“ Henry Ford
Recruitainment describes the playful use of components such as escape games and are an ideal way to recruit personnel. The participating recruiters get to know their applicants and their soft skills very well in a very short time. By being confronted with various puzzles, the applicants are pulled out of their everyday context. All previous knowledge, education and hard skills do not play a role here. The result is a natural and spontaneous distribution of roles.