In a survey conducted by Accenture, 75% of executives say there is a shortage of skilled workers and 61% say they find it difficult to find employees with the right experience.
According to a recent study released by the Manufacturing Institute, it takes an average of 70 days to hire a qualified manufacturing employee
The U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation reports that unfilled manufacturing positions can result in an 11% loss in annual revenue.
With eSkill industrial assessments, you can create and customize job-based manufacturing skills tests using our industry-leading library of subject content.
Depending on the nature of your business, you should use mechanical reasoning tests to assess how well candidates can apply technical concepts in a practical environment and their ability to understand and apply industry knowledge and principles to solve problems.
Many manufacturing processes require a lot of data interpretation. Measure candidates’ understanding of basic mathematical concepts such as knowledge of ratios and percentages, familiarity with units, dimensions and numerical sequences and ability to read blueprints and interpret graphs.
Attention to detail is important because small mistakes and poor workmanship can result in reduced productivity and lost revenue due to rework, disruptions in production schedules, quality control problems, shipping and delivery delays and loss of confidence with customers and stakeholders.
Standard Job-Based Tests Includes Machinist, Welder, Product Assembly, Shipping & Distribution, and Manufacturing Supervisor tests.
Standard Subject-Based Tests: Includes Assembly Skills, Machining Skills, Metalworking Skills, Electrical Skills, Hazardous Materials Handling Skills, and more.
Customize From Over 600 Modular Subjects: Create a multi-subject test in seconds by hand-picking your favorite topics and questions from Mechanical Aptitude, Numerical Reasoning, Basic Electronics, Basic Industrial Math, and more.