Mettl’s assessments have been the biggest filter in our recruitment process. Their platform has helped us reach out to a higher volume our applicant numbers. Mettl constantly keeps innovating on their products and tries to introduce a new aspect to everything.
Until now, Seeker could nominate their providers only once in the survey. Once these nominations were submitted, they had no option to go back to the participant list and update it.
After enabling this new setting, the Seeker can re-nominate their Providers until the survey has ended. They can edit/delete already nominated Providers (those who have not started their survey yet). They can add new Providers also. We have added a new column for ‘Nomination Status’ to show the latest status for each nominated Provider.
In case an Approver is added, the Approver can also approve or alter the re-nominations submitted by a Seeker until survey end date arrives. We also highlight and show the Approver what exact updates have been done by the Seeker on re-nomination. We have added the new column for ‘Nomination Status’ here also.
Below is how this setting can be enabled in Settings:
Below is where the Seeker can see the ‘Re-nomination’ option after submitting the nominations:
Below is how the screen appears to the Approver once re-nominations have been submitted by the Seeker:
Stay tuned for more amazing updates coming your way!
Question level assignment of evaluators
New Test Publishing settings in CertiCheck
Request Re-evaluation from Student Portal
Compensatory Time to Test takers via CertiCheck
[Announcement] SmartRecruiters is now our ATS partner!
AICC Compatibility for Corporate L&D assessments
Bifurcate Open-ended feedback by Self & Others
Role creation to control access to survey and its confidential data
Self-relationship name now configurable in reports
Now Schedule Surveys to launch at a later date & time
Introducing Overall Rating for Individual Reports
Introducing Multi-lingual support for Admin users
Show/Hide feedback post test completion
File Name Customization