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CubiksHR Cycle PhaseIntelligencePreselectionPublisherSegmentSelection

Understanding the strengths of your current and potential employees means you can make informed decisions, save time and improve performance. It’s easy to see why ability tests are such an important part of the sifting and selection stages. Assessing ability could not be easier. Logiks uses scientifically-grounded insight to quickly identify your top talent and filter out the least suitable candidates. Questions are drawn at random from hundreds of possible tests to ensure fair, accurate and detailed assessments, with instant analysis. All this is backed by the support of Cubiks Online, our user-friendly platform for easy reporting and administration.

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PAPI

CubiksDevelopmentHR Cycle PhaseMobilityPersonalityPreselectionPublisherSegmentSelection

PAPI 3 explores the drivers and preferred working styles of participants, offering reliable insight to help you select, identify and develop the talent you need. The results focus on what’s critical to your organisation, equipping your team to deliver impactful interviews and productive feedback discussions. PAPI 3 provides the power for you to define exactly what you’re looking for. Using Job Profiler, you can send a short questionnaire to your job experts and automatically collate their input on what’s essential for success. Developed from the ground up, PAPI 3 is culturally sensitive and available in a variety of languages. This makes it ideal for international businesses looking to deliver personality assessments in multiple countries. Available for certified and non-certified users. For certified users who have not completed the PAPI 3 update course, the PAPI 2 is still available.

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Webcamtest Management Skills

ExercisesSelectionVanderMaesen & Koch

Webcamtest Management Skills consists of 10 situations. The duration to respond is about 45 minutes. A quiet place is required so that the candidates can give their answers without being disturbed. Within the Webcamtest the candidate can demonstrate the competencies needed for a certain task or role in their work, for instance the role of a manager. Situational Judgment Tests (SJT’s) measure insight and not necessarily effective use of this insight in practice. The Webcamtest offers information about insight and the effective use of this insight. Within the Webcamtest, short films of practical situations are presented. Professional actors were employed in filming the situations. During the short films the actor speaks to the candidate as in normal work situations. After seeing and hearing the situation, the candidate reacts spontaneously and verbally. This answer is recorded by a webcam (which is connected to the laptop computer) and uploaded to a server. Running the Webcamtest is simple: after providing the answer, the candidate presses the “next” button and the next situation is displayed on the monitor. This situation, in turn, may be initiated by clicking on it. After completion of the Webcamtest, reactions are played back and evaluated by professional assessors. They rate independently of one another. The raters are working online, on the basis of a set of comprehensive scoring instructions. The Webcamtest can be applied for selection and for coaching or training purposes. Advantages of the Webcamtest over the assessment center are: Limited operational costs:The actors have to play the situations only once. Greater degree of standardization: Each candidate is presented with the same situations. This enhances the reliability of the measurements. Increased flexibility: Assessors do not have to be present and can judge the material at a later point in time. Greater breadth of information: More situations may be presented in a short period of time.

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Verify Verbal

IntelligenceSelectionSHL/CEB

The SHL Verify Range of Ability Tests comprises reasoning tests designed for administration online and to be resistant to cheating and piracy of content. SHL Verify consists of two stages: The SHL Verify Ability Test (VAT) is intended for administration online and unsupervised. These tests are drawn from an item bank that provides different but equivalent tests administered randomly to candidates. This feature has been designed to minimise the ability of candidates to access answers to tests, and to reduce the ability of candidates to collude through the exchange of answers to items. The SHL Verify Verification Test (VVT) is a short test that has been designed to offer an equivalent and supervised follow-up assessment to the VAT. This test checks the consistency of scores from the first unsupervised online test and flags inconsistent scores for follow up. The Verify Range of Ability Tests currently comprises 3 individual measures of reasoning; Verbal, Numerical and Inductive Reasoning. The 3 tests can be administered either separately or in any combination driven by the requirements for an assessment. Both the Verbal and Numerical tests are examples of deductive reasoning measures. Broadly speaking, this is the ability to work with problems that are bounded and where methods or rules to reach a solution have been previously established. Sample Report Verify

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Verify Numerical

IntelligenceSelectionSHL/CEB

The SHL Verify Range of Ability Tests comprises reasoning tests designed for administration online and to be resistant to cheating and piracy of content. SHL Verify consists of two stages: The SHL Verify Ability Test (VAT) is intended for administration online and unsupervised. These tests are drawn from an item bank that provides different but equivalent tests administered randomly to candidates. This feature has been designed to minimise the ability of candidates to access answers to tests, and to reduce the ability of candidates to collude through the exchange of answers to items. The SHL Verify Verification Test (VVT) is a short test that has been designed to offer an equivalent and supervised follow-up assessment to the VAT. This test checks the consistency of scores from the first unsupervised online test and flags inconsistent scores for follow up. The Verify Range of Ability Tests currently comprises 3 individual measures of reasoning; Verbal, Numerical and Inductive Reasoning. The 3 tests can be administered either separately or in any combination driven by the requirements for an assessment. Both the Verbal and Numerical tests are examples of deductive reasoning measures. Broadly speaking, this is the ability to work with problems that are bounded and where methods or rules to reach a solution have been previously established. Sample Report Verify

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Verify Inductive

IntelligenceSelectionSHL/CEB

The SHL Verify Range of Ability Tests comprises reasoning tests designed for administration online and to be resistant to cheating and piracy of content. SHL Verify consists of two stages: The SHL Verify Ability Test (VAT) is intended for administration online and unsupervised. These tests are drawn from an item bank that provides different but equivalent tests administered randomly to candidates. This feature has been designed to minimise the ability of candidates to access answers to tests, and to reduce the ability of candidates to collude through the exchange of answers to items. The SHL Verify Verification Test (VVT) is a short test that has been designed to offer an equivalent and supervised follow-up assessment to the VAT. This test checks the consistency of scores from the first unsupervised online test and flags inconsistent scores for follow up. The Verify Range of Ability Tests currently comprises 3 individual measures of reasoning; Verbal, Numerical and Inductive Reasoning. The 3 tests can be administered either separately or in any combination driven by the requirements for an assessment. Inductive reasoning extends the range of assessments available from the Verify range to include the ability to work with problems that are novel and that require individuals to work from first principles in order to reach a solution. Sample Report Verify

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Verify Checking & Calculation

IntelligencePreselectionSelectionSHL/CEB

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.

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Verify

IntelligenceSelectionSHL/CEB

The SHL Verify Range of Ability Tests comprises reasoning tests designed for administration online and to be resistant to cheating and piracy of content. SHL Verify consists of two stages: The SHL Verify Ability Test (VAT) is intended for administration online and unsupervised. These tests are drawn from an item bank that provides different but equivalent tests administered randomly to candidates. This feature has been designed to minimise the ability of candidates to access answers to tests, and to reduce the ability of candidates to collude through the exchange of answers to items. The SHL Verify Verification Test (VVT) is a short test that has been designed to offer an equivalent and supervised follow-up assessment to the VAT. This test checks the consistency of scores from the first unsupervised online test and flags inconsistent scores for follow up. The Verify Range of Ability Tests currently comprises 3 individual measures of reasoning; Verbal, Numerical and Inductive Reasoning. The 3 tests can be administered either separately or in any combination driven by the requirements for an assessment. Both the Verbal and Numerical tests are examples of deductive reasoning measures. Broadly speaking, this is the ability to work with problems that are bounded and where methods or rules to reach a solution have been previously established. Inductive reasoning extends the range of assessments available from the Verify range to include the ability to work with problems that are novel and that require individuals to work from first principles in order to reach a solution. Verify Technical Manual

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Team Roles

360 Feedback (behaviour)DevelopmentHrmForcePersonalitySelection

A candidate completes an online questionnaire focusing on team roles. The report shows an overview of group roles which a candidate prefers. It identifies a style he/she is likely to adopt, a style likely to adopt in some circumstances and a style not likely to adopt in a group or team at all. Furthermore it shows preferred behaviour of people adopting a certain role.

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Team Impact Selection

PersonalitySelectionSHL/CEB

SHL’s Team Impact selection reports offers an overview of strengths and weaknesses regarding performing in teams. Through structured, competence based, interview questions it is possible to further examine a candidates added value. The report shows how a candidate performs in a team and how the candidate can improve his or her performance. It also shows how a manager can support development of a team members performance. Sample Report OPQ Team Impact Selection

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