IBM Kenexa Talent Frameworks contain over 3,000 unique jobs and over 2,000 competencies specific to functions in the corporate area (for example, human resources, finance, legal, sales), in customer services, IT, banking and financial services, construction, consulting, education, energy, healthcare, hospitality, insurance, manufacturing, media and publishing, high-tech software and hardware, pharmaceutical, real estate, retail, and telecommunications industries.
Define Skills: host skill or competency frameworks and benefit from tools to extend or customise a skills framework. Frameworks may have varying numbers of skill categories and ranges.
Define Profiles: profiles can be created and mapped to skills taken from the skills and competency frameworks populated in the system. A profile defines the required skills and level of proficiency needed in a job.
Model your Organisation: model the organisational structure and who validates the skill assessments of each employee.
Assess and manage Skills: give employees and managers a view of the skills related to their profile and work with them to assess and develop their skill proficiency.
Learning & Development: set out the required skill levels for job profiles and identify skills gaps - the difference between a person’s current level and that required by their profile.