pymetrics is a human resource (HR) management solution that helps businesses streamline recruiting processes by utilizing behavioral analytics and artificial intelligence (AI) technology. Professionals can conduct gamified assessments and video interviews for candidates and recommend suitable alternative roles to rejected applicants.
pymetrics allows enterprises to design games in compliance with the Age Discrimination in Employment Act (ADEA) and modify assessment versions for applicants with color-blindness, learning disabilities, or ADHD. Managers can secure critical data via end-to-end encryption using Federal Information Processing Standards (FIPS) approved algorithms. With the pre-built behavior-based games, recruiters can measure candidates’ cognitive skills, emotional behavior, and personality traits, as well as generate personalized performance reports.
pymetrics enables HR professionals to conduct evaluations of existing employees, letting users define benchmarks for specific job roles. Using the audit-AI tool, managers can measure and eliminate discriminatory patterns or biases in performance analysis, in order to help improve sensitization across decision-making processes. The software also helps users embed the pymetrics widget into business websites and access its functionalities through SAML authentication.
Pricing starting from:
- Free Trial
Total features of pymetrics: 10
- Assessment Management
- Compliance Management
- HR Management
- Pre-Employment Testing
- Recruitment Management
- Secure Data Storage
- Industry: Recreational Facilities & Services
- Company size: Self Employed
- Used Other for Free Trial
- Value for Money
- Ease of Use
- Customer Support
- Likelihood to recommend 1.0 /10
Waste of Time
Reviewed on 2020/06/05
waste of time. My results were like almost predetermined. They did not match how I think or my job...
waste of time. My results were like almost predetermined. They did not match how I think or my job at all
Easy to use and easy to understand the directions, etc. Stop saying that people are taking games during the test. They are not games.
I was tasked to take the assessment and play the "games" for my employer so that they could determine a list of common traits of those that had similar jobs as mine to help match future applicants for my role. After taking the assessments, certain aspects of my personality were put into a category of "common" verse "uncommon" traits they were looking for. My results did not match my true personality though. The games you play during the assessments are more like reaction tests like how fast can you touch the space bar when you see a smiling face or how fast can you click on the arrow when you see a green circle. These "games" determined my ability to learn and manage risk apparently.The information in my results did not match me at all. The answers were literally opposite of how I think. My computer even froze during one of the games and I could not click on anything. After that game was done, my result for that game was " I know how to manage my work load and time during my day"!! These tests do not work. It was a very odd experience and a waste of my time. I prefer Meyers/Briggs.