The challenges of choosing between the different gamification options, when assessing job candidates, are highlighted in a new white paper from assessment specialist cut-e.
Posted inNews archiveon09 Jul 2018 Company Profilecut-eView profile »
Called Gamification in assessment, the paper distinguishes between games, gamified assessments and game-based assessments. It explains that games are primarily used for pre-application attraction, whereas gamified assessments can be used to select candidates. These are proven psychometric instruments which feature game-style elements. Game-based assessments are defined separately as purpose-built games which assess the user’s behaviour while ‘playing’ the game.
“The right gamification option can differentiate your hiring process,