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Cammio adds e-assessments with Thalento

European video recruitment platform Cammio, today announced the extension of its pre-screening platform with a range of advanced e-assessments on culture, competencies and motivation. It has partnered with Thalento®, a market leading provider of e-assessments in more than 40 countries globally. Through the partnership, corporate and agency users on the Cammio platform will now be able to gain a good first impression of candidates early in the candidate selection process. The combination of video and evidence-based questionnaires in one easy workflow further enhances recruitment efficiency.

Walter Hueber, CEO Cammio, explains: “To date, assessments have primarily been used later on in the candidate selection process, whereas they can provide valuable insights right from the initial application. We now have been able to make e-assessments easily accessible as part of the pre-screening process. This will help both hiring managers and recruiters to make better informed decisions which candidates to spend valuable time with. We believe that this unique combination of video interviews and e-assessments within one integrated platform will be the industry-wide best practice for pre-screening candidates.’’

The first assessments will become available in the Cammio platform as early as February 2014. It will include a proprietary culture scan co-developed with market researcher NewCom (University of Twente) as well as Thalento®’s SCOPE (Abstract Reasoning), I-rater and TH-PQ (Performance Questionnaire). When setting up a Cammio video interview workflow, recruiters simply select anyof these tests to be completed by candidates as part of their pre-screening process. The tests are available for multiple skill levels and job profiles. Earlier this year, Cammio already added pre-defined video question sets in its platform. The upcoming combination with specific pre-screening assessments will allow for more tailored interview templates catering to specific professional groups.