Hire the individual, not the C.V.
See the whole person and accurately predict who will be the best fit for your role and team with bias-beating data.
Recruit the right person for the role, team and your business
Reduce bias and add science and certainty to your recruitment process with the Thomas platform.
Select the optimal aptitude, behavioural and personality traits for the role to quickly profile your ideal candidate.
Confidently identify the applicant that best fits the role and team at a glance with our intuitive star ratings.
Optimise onboarding with personalised onboarding guides, designed to help them settle in and become productive, fast.
Five steps to recruitment success
Define your ideal candidate
What does the ideal candidate look like? Do you need someone assertive? Someone with a high attention-to-detail? Perhaps someone who is brimming with creativity?
Choose the attributes that are key for the role and build a profile of what the perfect candidate needs. If you’re unsure, use a template created by our experts.
Find the closest fit
Our psychometric assessments will rate the applicants on how well they match the profile you’ve built, based on their assessment results.
You'll have a diverse group of people who possess the qualities, learning style and personality right for the role.
Compare candidates for best fit
See the applicant’s side-by-side for an easy view on how well they match your profile, their shining qualities and style of learning. Call in candidates to interview based on their results, without unconscious bias getting in the way of your perfect hire
Interview with tailored questions
Nobody is perfect, and people are complex, so we help with tailored questions to unpick the results. Perhaps they’re lacking the leaderships skills you’re after, but you’re keen to find out more?
We’ve got you covered with questions personalised for the role.
Onboard your new hire with their personal plan
Apply the science from the Thomas Perform assessments and use tailored onboarding plans to suit your new team members’ communication style, work preferences and personality.
"After introducing Thomas into our recruitment process, we immediately saw a better calibre of candidate at interview and our churn rate reduced by 50%."
Forty years of psychological research are packed into our assessments.
We’re registered with the British Psychological Society, have a team of in-house Business Phycologists who work on our platform and our assessments are tested under continuous norm group research.
You can trust us and our science. It’s robust. We’re very proud of it.
We provide data insights on a candidate’s potential, personality traits and behavioural characteristics, so you can see the real person behind the CV in seconds.
Say goodbye to unconscious bias by informing recruitment decisions, interviews, candidate and onboarding experiences with science.
Frequently Asked Questions
What are recruitment assessments?
Recruitment assessments are tools used in the hiring process to evaluate candidates' skills, abilities, and suitability for a specific job role. These assessments can include various tests, interviews, and exercises designed to assess candidates' knowledge, competencies, and potential. Employee engagement assessments are often incorporated into recruitment assessments to gauge candidates' level of engagement and alignment with the organisation's values and culture.
How can recruitment assessment tools help with hiring?
Recruitment assessment tools play a crucial role in the hiring process by providing objective and standardised methods to evaluate candidates. These tools enable employers to assess candidates' job-related skills, cognitive abilities, personality traits, and cultural fit. By using employee engagement assessments within the recruitment process, employers can also identify candidates who are likely to be engaged, motivated, and aligned with the organisation's goals. This helps in making informed hiring decisions and selecting candidates who have the potential to thrive in the role and contribute to the organisation's success.
What are the benefits of recruitment assessment tools?
Recruitment assessment tools offer several benefits for the hiring process. Firstly, they provide a standardised and consistent evaluation method, ensuring fairness and objectivity in candidate selection. Secondly, these tools help identify the most qualified candidates based on their skills, competencies, and fit with the organisation's culture. Additionally, employee engagement assessments within recruitment assessments allow employers to identify candidates who are likely to be engaged, committed, and motivated, leading to better long-term retention and performance. Overall, recruitment assessment tools enhance the efficiency and effectiveness of the hiring process, resulting in better hiring decisions.
What are the different types of recruitment tests?
There are various types of recruitment tests used in the hiring process. These include cognitive ability tests, which assess candidates' problem-solving, critical thinking, and decision-making skills. Personality assessments evaluate candidates' traits, behaviour, and fit with the role and organisational culture. Skills tests measure candidates' specific job-related skills and competencies. Situational judgement tests assess candidates' ability to handle work-related scenarios and make appropriate decisions. Employee engagement assessments, as part of recruitment tests, help evaluate candidates' level of engagement, motivation, and alignment with the organisation's values and goals.
How can Thomas help with recruitment assessments?
Thomas offers a range of tools and assessments that can support organisations in our recruitment tests. With our comprehensive assessment solutions, employers can measure candidates' cognitive abilities, personality traits, skills, and employee engagement. Thomas assessments provide valuable insights into candidates' suitability for specific roles, their potential for development, and their alignment with the organisation's culture. These assessments assist employers in making informed hiring decisions, selecting candidates who are not only competent but also engaged and motivated to contribute to the organisation's success.