cut-e is at the cutting edge of Online Assessment
cut-e is at the cutting edge of Online Assessment - whether desktop, tablet or mobile. We put candidates in control of their assessments. And we make sure that it is fair to everyone.
Job seekers increasingly want the convenience of mobile assessment but we need to be sure that the tests are accurate, fair and compatible with their devices.
So how mobile should mobile testing really be? What can mobile hiring strategies look like? What is the role of HTML5? How have cut-e clients chosen to meet the challenge and how cut-e helped?
The impact of mobile technology on assessment
Dr Achim Preuss, CO and founder of cut-e, explains in this interviews how the move to mobile assessment is impacting talent strategies. The world has moved on since the internet revolution. With 90% of all job seekers now browsing for jobs on their mobile or smart phones, it’s clear that mobile technology opens up new possibilities for assessment. How do we help clients adapt their online assessment strategy to take advantage of these possibilities?
Mobile Assessment: Make it fair for everyone
There's a growing demand for mobile testing but the tests have to be accurate, fair and compatible with the right devices says Dr Achim Preuss. Get it right and mobile assessment can help you engage with wider talent pools and recruit your talent faster.
Put your candidates in control with mobile assessment
Candidate expectations are driving mobile assessment and pre-application testing, says David Barrett, COO cut-e Group. Today’s talented candidates are increasingly using their mobile devices not only to search for jobs online but also to submit applications. It’s no secret that if you want to recruit the best people, you need a mobile hiring strategy.
Article: Siemens puts teen mobile talent assessments to the test
Career planning for school leavers gets a mobile makeover at Siemens with the aim of sorting out the talent skills of a younger generation. Siemens and cut-e talk about how Siemens is going mobile with assessments and what the learnings are.
Going mobile at Siemens: keeping pace with the change in applicant behaviour
Siemens has taken some assessments mobile. How did it decide where to start? What criteria were defined? What were its objectives and what is the story so far?
“We know that our applicant pool is changing in terms of its use of technology and we can see that online assessment adds real value. We wanted to explore the impact of deploying the same sort of tests on smartphones. So we worked on this together with cut‑e.”
Mrs Ulrike Bittcher, SPE, Siemens Professional Education