Talent management

Modern skills

Research shows that 58% of the workforce need new skills to do their jobs effectively.1 They must master new technologies and develop “cognitive” skills which help solve a range of new and different problems.

Online staff assessments identify areas of strength and weakness across the workforce. They reveal which crucial skills are missing and where training and support should be focused.

WATCH how assessments help tackle crucial talent management issues

Staff retention, engagement and career development

Replacing an employee often costs twice their salary. In some industries, the figure is higher. The loss of knowledge and skills to the organization is even harder to quantify.

Reducing staff turnover is a priority for most employers. Online staff assessments provide crucial information that helps employers deliver more relevant training and career development. This will increase staff engagement and make workers more likely to stay.

READ more about how assessments help inform better people decisions

Create the right working arrangements

The Covid-19 pandemic has changed how we work. Some organizations will continue to work remotely. Others will adopt “hybrid” working arrangements, combining the office with regular working from home.

Staff tests clarify what tasks can be performed effectively from home. They can indicate which functions and activities are best carried out when teams are together in the office.

This information makes it easier for managers to explain and justify working arrangements to team members.

Read our report: “Managing a Post-pandemic Workforce”

1 https://www.gartner.com/en/newsroom/press-releases/2021-02-03-gartner-hr-research-finds-fifty-eight-percent-of-the-workforce-will-need-new-skill-sets-to-do-their-jobs-successfully