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eSkill develops Web-based skills assessment software for pre-employment testing and internal staff development. Our proprietary software can build multi-subject customized tests to fit any job description or testing objective covered by our subject library.

With thousands of organizations across five continents using eSkill for talent management, eSkill is the market leader in job-based skills testing.

eSkill's test library features over 250 subject areas and over 3,000 modular subtopics – covering IT, Office Software, Typing, Accounting, Healthcare, Legal, Call Center, and other professional knowledge areas. An available eSkill Editor lets companies upload their own questions and tests, permitting eSkill to be their universal test management platform.

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Pre-employment skills assessment, Internal skill gap testing and feedback, Integration with leading ATS and ERP systems, Online Test Management Systems for 3rd party tests, Libraries of Job-based tests for standardized hiring and promotional practices

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Trust is a key element when it comes to a conversation between two people, not to speak about the job interview. The interviewers should analyze everything critically and rationally and be suspicious only if there are valid reasons for this. Not trusting job candidates by default can lead to losing great potential employees and experienced professionals.

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I don’t think you can divide people into “employees” and “not employees”. Human beings are not robots, and, yes, probably not perfect. Everyone might accuse others, be negative at times or too self-centered. But it doesn’t mean that they are bad employees as far as they are showing good results at work. It’s a good thing to fight with one’s drawbacks – but not to hire a person because s/he seems to have negative approach to things? – probably not the best idea.
 
eSkill Introduced Microsoft Office 2010® Simulations Based on Highly Reliable HTML5

eSkill is proud to announce the latest achievement in Microsoft Office® simulation innovation. Our newest simulation tests are based on HTML5 technology and fully immerse the test-takers in Excel 2010® and Word 2010® program environments as they fulfill tasks to prove their application knowledge.

http://www.eskill.com/pdf/news/eSkill_Press_Release-_MS_Office_Simulations.pdf?a.pdf&spId=18428
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I thinks hiring decisions based on the first impressions or on gut feeling are the sign of unprofessionalism. If this principle works in your organization and you don’t put an end to it, you may end up with a lot of pretty but completely useless employees. If you can’t be sure that you won’t get blindsided by a pretty smile then use some other way of assessing the candidate – luckily today there’s an abundance of software that lets you do so.

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Dealing with rumors requires very thorough understanding and analyzing of every suspicious situation, because not every chit-chat at the kitchen is actually gossiping. But if you want to tackle this problem, you should by all means start with yourself, because even an innocent talk not about business matter but about some personal stuff may grow into the big wave of gossiping.

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The technology that's made work more efficient is the same technology that's dumbing us down
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I’m not sure it’s even possible to make people give up their smartphones, personally I’m not ready to do this, and, as a matter of fact, it helps me in my job a lot. However, I agree that with smartphones and Wi-Fi available almost everywhere we go it’s difficult to draw a fine line between work and personal life and it appears we carry our work with ourselves everywhere.
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I think it’s great when you find real friends or soul-mates at work. There’s nothing wrong when two people meet at work, and later on develop some kind of relationship. Emotions cannot be so easily controlled, and when we speak of having positive emotions – why should we control them?

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I think that the most important thing in the career growth is constant learning of new things and improvement of one’s abilities. Once you have a good paid job, it’s very easy to relax and enjoy doing things you are good at. But you will never grow professionally if you stop at this point. Besides, learning something new is always interesting, it makes you go out of your comfortable area, and thus prepares for new challenging things.

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Interview with eSkill Chairman and CEO Eric Friedman

At the Profiles International Conference in Fort Worth, Texas, Eric Friedman, Chairman and CEO of eSkill, explains the importance of hard skills testing for the hiring process. Eric describes how eSkill enables more accurate and efficient hiring by providing customized job-based tests and simulations that assess a candidate’s skills for a job.
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I would definitely never do anything immoral or illegal to get even the best job in the world. Moreover, I’m sure that if your dream job challenges you to do something immoral, then there’s something wrong with your perception of a dream job!