“TalentClick is committed to diversity, equity, inclusion, anti-racism and accessibility, and our online solutions are designed to reduce bias in the assessment process. Our solutions help eliminate barriers and promote diversity and inclusion in the talent assessment process in the following ways:
- Adverse impact testing means there are no significant group differences in our behavioral assessments and thus members of any protected group (race, gender, age) would not be disproportionately screened out from the hiring process when our tool is used.
- Benchmarking helps ensure selection decisions are based on work-relevant competencies (or “”Bona Fide Job Requirements””).
- Gender representation is reflected in the samples that are used to construct the assessments. Assessment instructions also provide fair and impartial treatment of participants on the basis of gender.
- Persons with Disabilities – Accommodations and modifications are provided for people with vision or hearing impairments, mobility or agility-related disabilities, chronic illnesses, temporary conditions, or environmental sensitivities:
a. Setting. TalentClick assessments can be completed at any location with internet access.
b. Presentation format. All assessment information is provided on screen and in writing. If needed, a proctor could be used to explain the assessment instructions or read each assessment question.
c. Response format. If a candidate is unable to respond to the assessment questions directly, a proctor could also be used to record their responses.
d. Scheduling/timing. TalentClick assessments can be completed at any time and there are no time limits imposed for the personality/behavioral or multi-rater assessments (i.e., AVP, Safety Assessments, or Employee Engagement Survey). Accommodations to extend time requirements on cognitive tests may be requested.”