Here at Emmersion, everything we do helps us work toward closing the global communication gap, and part of those efforts mean growing and improving our assessment library. Our automated, AI-powered assessments provide a way for language learners around the world to reliably certify their language ability and take advantage of new opportunities.
Did you know that a great language assessment solution helps you do more than just test language skills? Emmersion’s platform was built with so much more to offer, from an easy-to-use admin dashboard to our proprietary, 100-point TrueNorth scoring scale, to detailed insights about each test-taker in your organization.
If you’re in the language assessment space, you’ve probably heard of scoring scales like CEFR, ACTFL, TOEFL, and more. Scoring is a vital part of any language testing solution, so it’s good to know your scoring scales and how they’re serving you (or not serving you) as you assess test-takers’ language skills.
Research shows that if you really want to improve your retention rates, the key is to focus on recruiting, training, and engagement. Sounds easy enough to say, right? But when you think about changing all of those areas of your business at once, it can start to feel pretty overwhelming.
The good news? Language testing makes a difference in all of these areas. So, if you want to boost retention, language assessment software is the best place to start. Read below to find out how.
As we near the end of 2021, and as we conclude another year of helping companies with the digital transformation that has been so undeniably impacted by the global pandemic, we thought that it may be helpful to look back on one area that we know is important: data integrity and score confidence.
Language assessment scoring is a complex feat with many layers to it. Most of the people that we talk to are familiar with common language ratings, like the A1, A2, B1, B2, C1, C2 CEFR language levels. We also see a lot of people that understand what CEFR actually represents, and some who are familiar with multiple assessment scales.
When you’re hiring bilingual job candidates, especially for customer-facing roles, language assessment is a very important part of your process. Language skills are essential for mutual understanding, compassion, problem solving, and effective communication. And when language skills are missing, the important work you’re trying so hard to accomplish suffers big time.
The call center industry has not only survived the challenges of recent years, it’s grown tremendously as many organizations took strides to redesign their purpose and benefit. Traditional call centers have evolved into contact centers—providing more value, brand equity, and experience-oriented customer care. Today, almost all big businesses avail call center solutions, and the revenue generated by the industry is at an all-time high.
AI seems to be on everyone’s minds these days. As more and more organizations adopt AI solutions for their processes and teams, the question on all of our minds is “What does artificial intelligence really mean? What can it really do, and will it replace human contribution?”