Recruitment, Retention and Staffing Assessment (RRS-A)

The Recruitment, Retention and Staffing Assessment Module (RRS-A) works in conjunction with the RRS module and offers substantially enhanced capabilities for assessing job applicants and promotion candidates.

• RRS-A allows agencies to track applicants through all phases of the candidate assessment process, including processes involving multiple concurrent phases while maintaining constant visibility on all candidates.
• RRS-A monitors candidate successes and failures and can pull candidates immediately, from all processes, in the event of a failure.
• RRS-A allows organizations to sequence individual steps in a process so that the least expensive but highest failure rate steps are advanced, and constantly monitors pass/fail rates on each step to improve the process for both reduced cycle time and reduced costs. For example, credit checks and drug tests can be placed ahead of medical exams or interviews to save on costs and eliminate candidates early rather than later in the process where costs increase.
• RRS-A electronically notifies applicants of their status or pass/fail points at various trigger points set by the organization and any rights to appeal or reapply.
• RRS-A has a scheduling feature that allows applicants to self-schedule and also monitors candidate scheduling for such activities as medical exams — prompting candidates with reminders should they fail to schedule or complete such exams. After a series of prompts, if the candidates do not act, they can be notified they are dropped from consideration. Scheduled events are automatically exported to personal calendars such as Microsoft Outlook™.
• RRS-A facilitates additional assessments such as background/security checks, drug testing, physical/medical exams, cognitive testing, physical agility tests, psychological assessments, and candidate interviewing.
• RRS-A provides the foundation for Avue’s unique Backchk™ Express process that enables a “vouchering” process to get employees on board and working under interim security clearances pending completion of full clearance reviews.
• RRS-A works together with actual supplemental services which may be performed by the customer or third party providers. In each case, Avue serves as a single communications hub for collecting and disseminating information, appointment scheduling, results reporting, and operational metrics. This allows applicants to apply for a number of jobs from a single Avue profile without re-entering redundant information, and repeating unnecessary background/medical assessments. Applicants also use their Avue account to schedule any required drug testing and physical/medical assessments at locations nationwide. Service providers, in turn, access Avue to retrieve only the information necessary to complete their assessment and to input status and results.
• RRS-A provides program managers with complete real-time visibility on each applicant’s status and progress through supplemental assessment processes, and identifies where bottlenecks or inefficiencies are elongating cycle time.
• RRS-A tracks background investigation results and maintains information so disqualified candidates are not considered in the future and those that are determined to be qualified can be ‘fast-tracked’ for hire ahead of those involved in more elaborate investigations.
• RRS-A includes an applicant self-scheduling feature for such activities as medical exams. It prompts candidates with reminders should they fail to schedule and complete such exams. After a series of prompts, if the candidates do not act, they can be notified they are dropped from consideration. Scheduled events are automatically exported to personal calendars such as Microsoft Outlook™.
• Avue maintains co-marketing relationships with various third party firms to provide an “end to end” solution for those clients that wish to outsource the entire process of background and physical/medical/psychological evaluations. Any actual supplemental evaluation services offered are separately priced.

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