The key to successful integration and effective performance without long-term physical and mental harm is the fit of the person and the job. In other words, the person's abilities and skills must match the requirements of the job, and the job must meet the person's expectations.
There is a need for non-human, standardizable and automated measurement that is able to reveal cognitive, psychomotor and sensory abilities, skills and personality traits on a scientific basis.
To ensure a proper fit, to map strengths and weaknesses, and to customize to individual characteristics, a complex method and a methodology with a hardware-software-brainware background are required.
With the help of PractiWork® 's science-based methodology and its self-developed toolkit for data-based measurement, it is able to objectively measure the existence and extent of required competencies.
All this quickly: PractiWork® can efficiently measure up to 20 people simultaneously with 20 machines installed in a room, and the measurement itself does not require more than 2-3 hours.
According to pre-arranged requirements, the measurement can also take place at the company, in a room designated for PractiWork® experts. According to this process, we carry out both the competence measurement and the evaluation at the company's site, with the required number of assets and the number of supervisors.
Various tools are available to study different areas, including a multimedia, touch-screen compact training station, as well as peripheral devices specifically developed for measuring psychomotor skills.
The test tasks of PractiWork® are arranged in an adaptive order during the measurement process. This means that based on the quality of the responses to the task currently performed, the system displays the challenges with the ideal difficulty level next. Regardless of whether the task in this way would be the second in the order. Not only does this allow for faster competency measurement, but since there will be less chance of having two identical test batteries, participants in the measurement will not be able to be inspired by each other’s responses. With this method, a factor that significantly compromised objectivity can be avoided.