Employee Assessments

[ɛmˈplɔɪi | əˈsɛsmənt]

Employee Assessments are an aptitude test, commonly online, which asks job applicants to complete a test with the purpose of identifying capabilities, skills and strengths. This can help managers in recruitment decisions, as well as deploying the right staff to the right areas during onboarding and the employee lifecycle. 

Employee Assessments are carried out by the Human Resources Management in order to monitor and improve employee performance; such assessments involve methods such as: a 360 degree feedback, a performance review and a SWOT analysis. Employers must ensure to conduct such assessments at least once or twice a year in order to maintain standards and to provide training in instances where an employee needs more support to perform better at their positions.

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Employers carry out employee assessments.
Employee Assessments