The Candidate overview provides information on the Candidate and the job they completed their assessments for. This includes Competency scores, Job fit, top 10% ranking, if applicable and both the three ‘Most likely strengths’ and three ‘Least likely Strengths’. By selecting ‘onboarding insights’ at the top additional information is shown, which may be valuable if you decide to hire this person.
Accessing Candidate Overview
The Candidate Overview can be accessed in two ways. From the page of a specific recruitment:
Click on the three dots to the right of a Candidate you want to see the overview of.
Select View candidate overview.
From the Analyze Candidate(s) page:
Click on ‘View Overview below any candidates name that you have selected to analyze.
Sharing Candidate Overview
The Candidate Overview can easily be shared with and accessed by, for instance, a Hiring Manager:
Click on Share in the top right of the Candidate Overview.
Click on Copy Link.
Paste the link in any message, like an email, and send it to the person you want to see the Candidate Overview.
In order to access the Candidate Overview via the link, the person must be a user of the Assessio platform and a Collaborator in the Recruitment, or have the Recruitment Admin role in the platform.
Personal details - The name and Email address of the Candidate
Match score - The overall fit to the job based on the selected Lens and all scores for the competencies from within this Lens.
Job Fit - An evaluation and description of the overall fit of the Candidate to the Job, based on the Match score and competency scores. This can be a Low Match, an Average Match, a Strong Match or a Very strong Match.
Assessio Ranking - This is only shown if the Candidate's Match score falls in the top 10% percentile of scores for the lens that is used. Scores for all Assessio lenses have been computed based on a dataset of approximately 25,000 + candidates for various jobs.
Peopleship potential - The three competencies, from all Assessio competencies, with the highest competency score for this candidate and the three competencies with the lowest score. If the competency is part of the selected lens, this is indicated with an asterisk.
Leadership potential - The highest and lowest scoring Leadership competency for this candidate, from all four Leadership competencies.
The aim of the onboarding insights is to help the organisation transition a person from Candidate to Employee and to develop that Employee to their full potential. Even before a hiring decision is made, this information is useful to see how the Candidate development can be supported. To see the Onboarding Insights, select Onboarding Insights at the top of the page, next to Candidate Overview.
There are three parts of Onboarding insights: Leadership, Peopleship and Extremes. By clicking on these options next to Choose View, different colored results from the assessments are presented. The darker the color, the higher the score, for Leadership and Peopleship results. The darker the color the lower the risk of more extreme behaviors, for the result of Extremes.
By clicking any of the results, three tips will appear to develop behavior related to that result. These tips are aimed at management or HR and are intended to help the person who's Onboarding Insights are used. By clicking on Hide in the top right corner, the tips are hidden and the colors of the results are visible again.
Onboarding insights are based on the assessment outcomes for Personality (MAP) and General Mental Ability (Matrigma). These factors are often very stable over time and the development tips are aimed at behavior, rather than on changing the outcomes of the assessments themselves.