Kenneth Smith Has Completed The Kenexa Prove It! Typing General [5 Minutes Onscreen]

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Kenneth Smith Has Completed The Kenexa Prove It! Typing General [5 Minutes Onscreen]

  1. 1. HYPERLINK " http://us.mc513.mail.yahoo.com/mc/showMessage;_ylc=X3oDMTBrZ28zdG8wBF9TAzM5ODMwMTAyNwRhYwNGbGFn?sMid=2&fid=Old%2520E%252dMail&filterBy=&.rand=1352904421&midIndex=2&mid=1_57430_AK0mvs4AAEHwSwH8%2FQb4GVgDJjc&m=1_56220_AKsmvs4AAODnSwIGIgHJ11HM1rU%2C1_56822_ALAmvs4AALViSwH%2B4gNPTQr1ANc%2C1_57430_AK0mvs4AAEHwSwH8%2FQb4GVgDJjc%2C1_58033_AKsmvs4AAFqSSwH2oAAcWRlMx10%2C1_59390_AKkmvs4AASnBSwHrGg4VNxpzn7k%2C1_59993_AKcmvs4AAHTOSwHlLAviJRvkk%2FI%2C1_60583_ALAmvs4AAUKESwHd3ge4T2sNqS0%2C1_855_AKcmvs4AAWpDSvr9%2BwVMByquvBM%2C&sort=date&order=down&startMid=0&pSize=25&hash=0990eac6c9cccd791ac607dc42da6ec4&.jsrand=6261972&acrumb=dtW9Tf4w.u4&mcrumb=/E1X7.hkt6y&enc=auto&cmd=msg.flag" o " Flag this message"  Flag this message<br />Kenneth Smith has completed the Kenexa Prove It! Typing - General [5 Minutes Onscreen]<br />Monday, November 16, 2009 8:15 PM<br />From: <br />" websup@mail.all-in-1.com" <websup@mail.all-in-1.com><br />Add sender to Contacts <br />To: <br />kennethsmith15214@yahoo.com<br />Test Results for:Kenneth SmithCompany Name: All In One Integration AccountTest Administrator/Recruiter's Email: websup@mail.all-in-1.comTest Name: Typing - General [5 Minutes Onscreen]Test Date: 11/16/2009Elapsed Time: 05:00 Minute Time LimitRaw words per minute: 41Average mistakes per minute: 1Adjusted words per minute: 40<br />Test Taker Typed :Corporate culture can be one of the most overlooked factors when considering employment.  Most job seekers focus on the salary and benefits of a position, but neglect to discover an organization personnality.  Corporate culture determines a number of imporant areas, such as the work hours, the dress code, and the office space you will work in.  there is a big difference between spending 40 hours in a cubicle and spending 40 hours in an office with a window.  Determining the corporate culture of a business prioor to being hired can be tricky, but if an employee doesn't fit in with the culture, the experience can quickly turn negative for both parties.The interview process offers a great time to inquire about the copany and to make observations on how co-workers interact around the office.  When waiting to be interviewed, take notice of the employees's demeanor and the overall environment they work in.  Are people talking to each other or are they working alone in front of a computer?  Are people quickly movingOriginal Passage :Corporate culture can be one of the most overlooked factors when considering employment. Most job seekers focus on the salary and benefits of a position, but neglect to discover an organization's personality. Corporate culture determines a number of important areas, such as the work hours, the dress code, and the office space you will work in. There is a big difference between spending 40 hours in a cubicle and spending 40 hours in an office with a window. Determining the corporate culture of a business prior to being hired can be tricky, but if an employee doesn't fit in with the culture, the experience can quickly turn negative for both parties. The interview process offers a great time to inquire about the company and to make observations on how co-workers interact around the office. When waiting to be interviewed, take notice of the employees' demeanor and the overall environment they work in. Are people talking to each other or are they working alone in front of a computer? Are people quickly moving through the office and are phones constantly ringing? Are there any onsite perks, such as a gym or daycare facility? Quick, simple observations like these can help you make an informed decision. When in an interview, don't hesitate to ask the interviewer questions about the company. Asking how they would describe the company or what traits the company looks for in an employee will allow you to actively engage in the interview process while gaining important insight about your potential employer. Other questions to ask include how effective is the company at communicating with its employees, what opportunities are there for further training and education, how does the company show its appreciation for its employees, and is there room for promotion.Once a job seeker is hired, much of their time will be spent at work so it's vital that they understand the culture they are about to submerse themselves in. The culture of a business says a lot about its beliefs and values. An employee who understands and supports those values will find themselves in an excellent position to succeed at their job and enjoy the work along the way.<br />Test DescriptionThe Typing Speed test measures the speed and accuracy of a user's typing. The test presents the user with a passage which he/she must type as accurately and quickly as he/she can. This test should be given to anyone whose typing speed needs to be measured. A score of 0 on the Raw Words per Minute, Mistakes, and Adjusted Words per Minute indicates that the test taker did not follow the passage closely enough for an accurate score to be determined.Test takers, please contact your test administrator or recruiter for scoring guidelines. Administrators, please refer to the Scoring Guidelines page within the Resources section of your Administration Center for scoring guidelines.<br />Top of Form<br />Bottom of Form<br />Top of Form<br />Bottom of Form<br />Top of Form<br />Bottom of Form<br />Top of Form<br />Bottom of Form<br />Go to Previous message | Go to Next message | Back to Messages<br />Top of Form<br />Bottom of Form<br />

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