The aim of the assessment is to determine the actual level of employee’s knowledge and professional skills needed to work on certain post.

The results are an important clue to the persons running a particular organization needed for conducting an effective recruitment and selection, employee evaluations, career paths, determination of remuneration and motivation policies and planning trainings.

The process of verifying employees’ competences is carried out in several stages. First, we create an employee’s competency model, i.e. a set of different factors (knowledge, skills, and personal characteristics) that make the person is able to properly implement tasks typical for a given post and to achieve the expected results. This model is individually tailored to the specifics of the organization and created based on a workshop with representatives of representative groups of employees, post descriptions and interview with persons representing the company’s management. After selecting key competencies for a particular post / group of posts, each of them is defined and indicators, i.e. descriptions of desired behaviours which prove the possession of specific competencies, are distinguished. In the next step a scale is prepared, according to which intensification of the competence in the tested employee will be judged. Desired level of occurrence of specific competencies is determined for a given post.
In the next step, we conduct detailed behavioural interview based on competences with each employee, on the basis of which the level of his actual competence is assessed. The results are transferred to the competency grid characteristic for the tested management level in order to compare them with the desired level. Each participant receives a written research report on the results obtained and their location in comparison to general results together with development guidelines. Moreover, the management of the company receives a report on the results of all employees, together with the proposals of corrective actions, if such are necessary.

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