Make sure your candidates’ have the most recent knowledge in HR by using one of the assessments listed.
This assessment covers general issues (including legal issues and hiring processes) for the HR professional. Questions include discrimination law, applicant screening, hiring processes, and benefits. Also available: HR Generalist Quick Assessment.
Human Resource Concepts
The Human Resources Concepts test measures the candidate's knowledge of the core areas of Human Resources. Designed for human resource professionals and experienced managers, this test covers the following topics: Recruiting, Compensation, Benefits, Job Analysis, Labor Relations, Managing Employees, Occupational Safety and Health, Training and Development, and Strategic HR.
Interviewing and Hiring Concepts
The Interviewing and Hiring Concepts test measures the candidate's knowledge of the interviewing and hiring process. Designed for the typical employee and/or hiring manager, this test covers the following topics: Situational Interviews, Candidate Fit, Probing Skills, Types of Interviews, Legal Compliance, Behavioral Interviewing, Job Analysis, Behavior Traits, Interview Quality Control, and Screening.
Training Delivery and Evaluation
The Training Delivery and Evaluation test measures the candidate's knowledge of the training process from pre-training planning through post-training evaluation of results. Designed for experienced trainers and instructional designers, this test covers the following topics: Direct Laboratory Exercises, Instructing Slower and More Capable Learners, ISD Process Stages, Learning Styles, Lesson Plan Development, Managing Learning Environment, and Test Question Construction.
The Training Development test measures the candidate's knowledge of developing and delivering training programs. Designed for experienced trainers, this test covers the following topics: Analysis Methods, Audience Analysis, Design Materials, Design Strategy, Develop Instructional Materials, General Knowledge, Media, Project Management Plan, Purpose of Training, Training Delivery, and Write Instructional Objectives.
The Workplace Fundamentals (U.S.) test measures the candidate's knowledge of workplace basics. It covers the knowledge and skills needed to function in any type of workplace. This test is designed for anyone in the modern U.S. workforce and includes the following topics: Business Communication, Diversity, Employer Expectations, Human Resources, Legal Issues for Employees, Personal Development, Planning and Scheduling, and Security.
Additional Assessments Available: Sexual Harassment, Diversity, Temp Services, Behavioral Interviewing, and Training Development.