Our participants often complete their online assessment in the context of a job application or potential analysis – which is probably how you ended up on this page. Naturally, when you apply for a job, you want to get it. But there’s more to it than that. For many people, it’s important to have a job that they enjoy. However, our job satisfaction depends very much on whether the activities we do match our own preferences and talents. Only in a suitable environment can we grow, learn, establish a career and broaden our competencies. Before you make a career decision, it’s therefore crucial to know whether a particular apprenticeship or job is right for you.
That’s where online assessments come in. They measure a person’s potential as well as the degree to which they have the right skills and interests for a particular career and how well these match the specific job requirements. They make it possible to assess how good of a fit a person is for a job.
Online assessments are a fair means of measurement and have a high predictive value. The underlying automated evaluation based on fixed rules does not recognise gender, skin colour or religion nor make a judgement regarding gaps in a CV. Thus, online assessments are free of subjective bias (e.g. resulting from sympathy or antipathy). That’s important if everyone is to have the same career opportunities.
Of course, people can also feel nervous about online assessments. They want detailed information before they start and we want to provide it. Be it through preparation tips, step-by-step instructions on how to complete assessments, information on the technical requirements or a set of practice exercises for trying out our advice directly – we aim to support you in the best possible way. Scroll through and leave us your feedback so that we can further expand our participant section.