eSkill Talent Assessment PlatformProduct Overview
eSkill product overview
eSkill Talent Assessment Platform provides fully customizable job assessments for a variety of roles and testing objectives. Its professional testing process empowers companies to accurately determine job fit. This results in improved team performance, reduced staff turnover, and a positive application and interview experience for candidates.
eSkill delivers solutions for unique skills testing needs. By applying the platform’s integrated approach to pre-employment and behavioral assessments, organizations can test skills, knowledge, communication abilities, and other attributes completely. eSkill offers assessments for different industries, including staffing, IT, healthcare, government, education, retail, call center, and hospitality.
Pros of eSkill
- eSkill decreases recruiting costs and reduces time-to-hire. It comes with pre-employment tests for selection and skills gap measurement to minimize hiring mistakes.
- Users can create training and development programs to identify employees qualified for promotion and address training gaps.
Cons of eSkill
- According to some users, eSkill’s user interface can be difficult to navigate.
- Others commented that the administrator user experience needs improvement.
Breakdown of core features
Companies can choose from over 800 job- and subject-based tests in eSkill’s Test Library or build their tests using questions from multiple tests and their content. Users can also contact their dedicated Assessment Expert for guidance in developing assessments that match the requirements for each job role.
The platform enables organizations to include simulations such as MS Office, Chat, and Multitasking in assessments to replicate on-the-job tasks. There’s no need for downloads or Java.
With eSkill, businesses can assess employees’ skill levels and create personalized training programs that address knowledge. Recruitment teams can also build realistic simulations that mimic their work environment to see how candidates will perform on the job. Additionally, organizations can test employees to assess their current skill level and retest them when training is complete to measure training effectiveness.
Video response questions
By including video response questions, hiring teams get a comprehensive view of candidates. Video response questions allow candidates to give thorough answers to standard questions so interviewers can determine if candidates are the right fit for the job and the company.
Furthermore, video responses uncover valuable skills and experience that would be an asset to the organization, such as verbal communication skills for English and other languages.
(Last updated on 01/04/2022 by Liz Laurente-Ticong)