Skills Tests

Skills tests indicate a candidate’s ability to perform basic computer-related and other activities on the job. job performance.

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What are skills tests?

Skills tests, or skills assessment tests, measure the basic hard skills needed to excel in so many jobs today:

  • Job readiness
  • Reading comprehension
  • Math proficiency
  • Computer literacy
  • Keyboarding
  • Data entry
  • And more

By selecting and assigning skills tests that match up with the duties of the job you’re looking to fill, you can short-list a large pool of candidates in no time.

Explore HireNest skills assessments

Review all our skills tests and see how they can help you fill jobs faster.

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Building a Successful Team

Using appropriate methods and a flexible interpersonal style to help build a cohesive team; facilitating the completion of team goals.

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Building Customer Loyalty

Effectively meeting customer needs; building productive customer relationships; taking responsibility for customer satisfaction and loyalty.

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Facilitating Change

Encouraging others to seek opportunities for different and innovative approaches to addressing problems and opportunities; facilitating the implementation and acceptance of change within the workplace.

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Delegation

Allocating decision-making authority and/or task responsibility to appropriate others to maximize the organization’s and individuals’ effectiveness.

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Meeting Leadership

Ensuring that a meeting serves its business objectives while using appropriate interpersonal styles and methods and considering the needs and potential contributions of others.

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Building Trust

Interacting with others in a way that gives them confidence in one’s intentions and those of the organization.

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Coaching and Developing Others

Providing timely guidance and feedback to help others strengthen specific knowledge/skill areas needed to accomplish a task or solve a problem.

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Strategic Decision Making

Committing to a course of action to accomplish a long- range goal or vision after developing alternatives based on logical assumptions, facts, available resources, constraints, and organizational values.

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Gaining Commitment

Using appropriate interpersonal styles and techniques to gain acceptance of ideas or plans; modifying one’s own behaviour to accommodate tasks, situations, and individuals involved.

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Time Management

Effectively managing one’s time and resources to ensure that work is completed efficiently.

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Negotiation

Effectively exploring alternatives and positions to reach outcomes that gain the support and acceptance of all parties.

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Organizational skills

Allocating decision-making authority and/or task responsibility to appropriate others to maximize the organization’s and individuals’ effectiveness.

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Teamwork

Developing and using collaborative relationships to facilitate the accomplishment of work goals.

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Reliability

Examines beliefs, attitudes, opinions towards work- related issues. Identifies people who can be reliable on the job, who would display high workplace integrity and avoid counterproductive behaviours.

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painPRO Therapeutics slashes time to hire by 94%

Using several skills tests in combination with a personality assessment, painPRO saved both time and money for hiring staff across its network of healthcare clinics.