Assess judgement required for solving problems at the job at stake
Situation matters. We know that. Yet in some situations even great people make wrong decisions. Designing a good evaluator of Situational Judgement requires expertise and experience and specialist input.
At cut-e we know about these things – and we design specific Situation Judgement Assessments that are unique and reflect the every-day decisions that people in the specific role may need to make, whether they are cabin crew, customer service agents, sales people, hotel service staff or any other job role for which the assessment has been developed.
The first instant messaging assessment by cut-e
cut-e has launched a new customisable, psychometric communications game: chatAssess. This powerful situational judgement tool resembles an instant messenger and can be used before or in conjunction with personality or ability tests to enrich the selection process. The candidate receives messages from ‘colleagues’ with specific questions or requests for advice. In real time, the candidate selects a text message response from predefined replies. Thus, chatAssess provides additional insight into a candidate’s behaviour and how they’re likely to react when faced with job-relevant scenarios. chatAssess can be customised to suit any role, at any level, in any organisation and is optimised for smartphones as well as working seamlessly on tablets, laptops and desktops.
Interview: Assessing Situational Judgement with cut-e
We interviewed the cut-e founder, Andreas Lohff, about: what makes Situational Judgement by cut-e different? What is the process of creating a Situational Judgement Questionnaire or Test? Who does it work for best? And why do does Situational Judgement by cut-e work so well.
Dubai Duty Free about cut-e
"We thought it was important to include an element of the Dubai Duty Free context as well. The result was a customised situational judgement questionnaire based on realistic sales scenarios in our own retail environment."