Employee Assessments

What are Employee Assessments?


‘Employee Assessments’ are the tests conducted by the current or future employer to understand the skills and abilities of an employee. These tests might measure an individual’s aptitude, personality, and other skills.


As it helps the employer better understand the employee, it is used by employers for a variety of reasons. Employee Assessments are performed for appraisal, performance reviews, interviews, promotions, etc.


Some of the most common forms of employee assessments are:


  • 360-Degree Feedback: Multiple tests are conducted as well as peer and superior’s feedback is recorded.
  • Performance Interview: An interview format culminating in an interview with the employee.
  • SWOT Analysis: Tests to understand the strengths and weaknesses of an individual.

More HR Terms

Employee-driven Idea System

What is Employee-driven Idea System?   An ‘Employee-driven Idea System’ is a system where the employees are encouraged and incentivised to come up with ideas


What is Brinkmanship?   ‘Brinkmanship’ refers to the practice of pushing your opponent to the brink, thereby forcing them to back down from the ongoing

Managed Care

What is Managed Care?   ‘Managed Care’ refers to the healthcare option provided by the companies which manage the healthcare of the employees with the

Contact Us

Contact Us

We use cookies on our website to provide you with the best experience.
Take a look at our ‘privacy policy’