Combined benchmark report launched that matches a candidate’s abilities against any job
A new ‘combined benchmark report’ which makes recruitment easier by showing how closely each candidate’s abilities match the requirements of any existing or future job has been created by cut-e.
Dr Achim Preuss, managing director of cut-e, said, “Every job requires specific knowledge, skills and abilities and involves specific activities and tasks.
“Employers can now choose specific ability tests which will suit any job requirement and they’ll get a single, validated report that exactly matches the candidate’s results to the attributes and behaviours that are needed in the job. This makes it much easier to assess each candidate.”
cut-e has 30 different scales ability tests, which cover verbal and numerical abilities, abstract logical abilities, special knowledge/skills and specific cognitive abilities such as reaction speed, multi-tasking capability and short-term memory. These tests are available in 25 languages and each lasts a maximum of 15 minutes.
It says that each scales test generates an individual candidate report electronically. These reports comprehensively evaluate the candidate’s test results and benchmark them against a comparison group, to show that person’s performance in context. cut-e’s new ‘combined’ report amalgamates all of a candidate’s scales test results into one all-inclusive report, making it easier to analyse and interpret their test results.
Dr Preuss added, “Instead of having to go through a different report for each ability test, you can now get all the information you need to make a decision from one place.
“For example, if the characteristics and requirements of a role can be assessed with our numerical reasoning, verbal reasoning, inductive-logical thinking and multi-tasking capability tests, all of the test results will be combined into one report for each candidate - and this will provide a ‘match score’ for that candidate against the specific role. What’s more, all of our scales benchmark reports can be generated in any language - you’re not restricted to the language in which the tests were taken. This is particularly beneficial for employers who test candidates across different countries.”
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