Essential Skills Indicators - HRSDC

Document Use Indicator - A Guide for Employers (2009)

This document has been designed to help employers learn more about the document use skills of their employees by providing examples of Level 1 and Level 2 assessment questions. The goal is to help employers determine the skill levels employees bring to the workplace; identify current training needs; and improve workplace training by targeting specific skill areas for improvement.

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2011-09-02

Numeracy Indicator - A Guide for Employers (2009)

The authors of this document have provided a series of Level 1 and Level 2 assessment questions to help employers learn more about the numeracy skills of their employees. This tool can help employers determine employees’ existing skill levels; identify training needs; and focus workplace training to target specific areas that need improvement.

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2011-09-02

Reading Indicator - A Guide for Employers (2009)

The goal of this document is to help employers learn more about the reading skills of their employees by providing examples of Level 1 and Level 2 assessment questions. Using this tool allows employers to obtain information about the skills employees bring to the workplace; identify current employees’ training needs; and improve workplace training to target specific skill areas for improvement.

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2011-09-02

Document Use Indicator (2005)

A Guide for Employers and Employees

The Document Use Indicator is a tool that can be used by employers to learn more about the document use skills of their employees. It gives an indication of skill levels by providing ten examples of Level 1 and Level 2 assessment questions. The questions duplicate actual workplace tasks performed in a variety of occupations, but they do not require specialized knowledge to be correctly answered.

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2008-04-08

Hiring Checklist (2005)

Human Resources and Social Development Canada has designed this hiring checklist to help employers determine if a candidate has the skills required for the position being filled. This tool is based on the following essential skills: reading, document use, numeracy, writing, oral communication, working with others, thinking, computer use and continuous learning.

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2008-04-04
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