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A skills survey is conducted in H&M’s corporate technology department, which means that employees are required to take both skills-based exams…

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Scanning in progress skills In H&M’s corporate technology division, which means that employees have to take knowledge-based tests, as well as tests based on intelligence and personality. In December, H&M announced 1,500 of its 3,500 jobs in e-commerce, logistics and digital service development in Stockholm. They will be lost before summer.

What happened

According to what was reported by the Swedish newspaper Svenska Dagbladet The Swedish fashion giant Hennes & Mauritz, better known by the acronym H&M, decided to introduce an intelligence test to its employees to determine who should be kept and who should be fired.

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The company decided to reduce the number of employees in the business technology sector and therefore decided to require 1,500 of its employees to take the exams.

Representative of the largest Swedish trade union UnionAnd Robin OlofssonHe told the newspaper that he had received calls from crying H&M employees, some of whom said they had to take as many as 30 different tests.

It is still not clear whether the decision of the company specializing in the fashion sector intends to implement the tests also in other centers around the world.

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