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Assessment information confidentiality

The confidentiality of the information obtained in the online assessments is treated with the same importance as all other personal information held by employers.

When an organisation asks an individual or existing employee in the UK to undertake an assessment, their actions are regulated by all civil rights, human rights and privacy legislation applicable at the time within the relevant jurisdiction.

We recommend that knowledge of an individual having undertaken an assessment and the results, are restricted to those who need to know; recruitment personnel, supervisor, mentors, managers etc.

There should be no general dissemination of the assessment results, even after successful employment.

Individuals are rarely given their assessment results unless they are to be used as part of a people development or training process within an organisation. Job applicants will rarely be given their results because the time required to provide feedback to everyone would be impractical.