SHL offers a wide range of ability testing methods, like the Checking Test. It measures an individual’s ability to quickly and accurately compare information such as numbers, letters and patterns, making it ideal for use when recruiting for clerical, data entry and purchasing roles. The Calculation Test assesses ability to perform numerical calculations swiftly and correctly, as required for day-to-day tasks in sectors such as retail, payroll and banking.
SHL has also extended the global reach of its existing Verify Verbal, Numerical and Inductive Reasoning tests. They have been launched in a range of new languages including Japanese, Thai and Russian meaning that these tools are more globally applicable and available in 25 languages.
The new Verify Checking and Calculation tests have been created with the same anti-cheat robustness as the existing Verify range. While the main assessment is completed remotely, each Verify test comes with an optional, free, shorter, ‘supervised’ follow-up assessment usually taken at the employer’s premises. This follow-up test allows employers to check that the person who takes the supervised Verification test is of the same ability as the person who has taken the initial unsupervised online test.