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Get the Best from these Unbiased and Credible Resources

There are many excellent resources on the Internet from unbiased and credible sources that you should read prior to purchasing an assessment platform. Therefore, instead of building our own collateral that may appear biased, we decided to point you to these resources. Items below will be updated continuously as we find new resources to help you.

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Reading Guides and Resources
Assessment Decision Guide

Although this guide was developed as a resource

for federal agencies designing assessment

strategies to fill critical vacancies at all levels, the

principles are equally applicable to commercial

entities. The guide includes information on

personnel assessment, assessment methods, and

assessment strategy design.

Testing And Assessment: An Employer's Guide To 
Good Practices

This Guide is designed to help managers and human resource (HR) professionals use assessment practices to reach their organizations’ HR goals.  It conveys the essential concepts of employment testing in easy-to-understand terms.

Source: Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM)

Source: Office of Personnel Management & U.S Federal Government

Selection Assessment
Methods

This is an excellent and well-written guide for implementing formal assessments to build a high-quality workforce

Source: Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM)

Uniform Guidelines on Employee Selection Procedures

The Uniform Guidelines apply to all selection procedures used to make employment decisions, including written tests, interviews, review of experience or education from application forms, résumés, work samples, physical requirements, and evaluations of performance. Employment decisions include, but are not limited to, hiring, promotion, demotion, membership (e.g., a labor organization), referral, retention, and licensing and certification (to the extent that licensing and certification may be covered by Federal equal employment opportunity law). Other selection decisions, such as selection for training or transfer, may also be considered employment decisions if they lead to any of the decisions listed above (see sections 2B and 16Q in the Uniform Guidelines, and Question 6 within Questions and Answers.

Sources: The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, the Civil Service Commission, the Department of Labor, and the Department of Justice

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