We believe everyone should have an equal opportunity to compete in the job market.

Our platform is WCAG-2 compliant and offers assessment accommodations for a variety of candidates’ needs.

How Are We WCAG-2 Compliant?

We built our platform from the ground up with accommodation support foremost in mind and emphasize accommodation features when developing new content.

Our assessment platform follows the WCAG-2 guidelines (as of 6/28/2023) up to AA compliance.

What Accommodations Do We Provide?

  • Offline/printable tests with paper scoring guides
  • Ability to adjust or disable the assessment timer
  • Screen-reader support for all assessments
  • Keyboard controls for candidates with dexterity challenges
  • Captions for all audio and video content
  • Alt-text for all image content
  • Pan zoom capability to aid sight-impaired candidates
  • Simple assessment structure that allows users to avoid and fix input mistakes

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We’re Committed to Bias-free Insights

We perform rigorous adverse-impact validation testing to ensure that all of our assessments are bias-free.

Additionally, our psychology team strictly adheres to the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission’s (EEOC) Uniform Guidelines on Employee Selection Procedures as well as the Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology’s (SIOP) Principles for the Validation and Use of Personnel Selection Procedures.

HighMatch’s I-o services Team

Our I-O Services team includes a deep bench of experienced industrial and organizational psychologists and consultants with decades of experience partnering with leading brands across multiple industries. This team is led by our Head of I-O Psychology:

Dr. Craig Ellis

Head of I-O Psychology, HighMatch
Ph.D in Industrial & Organizational Psychology, Auburn

Craig’s background is in pre-employment testing and psychometrics. He has 10+ years of experience as an assessment scientist and organizational consultant.

He’s developed assessments aimed at evaluating person-organization fit, and he’s created and validated selection systems for a variety of organizations. He’s consulted with companies to develop competency-driven succession plans and supported their efforts through executive assessment and leadership coaching.

Craig believes deeply in bringing science and data into the organizational decision-making process – specifically around selection and talent management practices.

Craig holds a Bachelor’s degree in Psychology from Troy University and a Master’s and Ph.D. in Industrial/Organizational Psychology from Auburn University.

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