Integrating JazzHR with Wonderlic

JazzHR is proud to partner with Wonderlic to enhance and streamline your candidate screening process.

Wonderlic offers a pre-employment testing solution that helps to assess and rank potential employees through "Wonscore" tests. Made up of three separate tests (Cognitive Ability, Motivation, Personality) that result in a single "Wonscore," these assessments provide a simple comparison of candidates.

Learn more about Wonscore here.

Integrate JazzHR with Wonderlic to start sending and receiving Wonscore tests right from the Assessments tab of the Candidate Profile.

To integrate JazzHR with Wonderlic:

Create and Connect Wonderlic Trial

  1. Click Settings.
  2. Click Integrations.
  3. Scroll down to the "Wonscore by Wonderlic" section.
  4. Click More Details.
  5. Click Connect.

From the next page, enter your contact information, create a password, and click Create My Account to begin a new trial. 



To finalize setup, click Confirm from the next page.


Once confirmed, you'll receive a verification email from Wonderlic to finalize the integration.

Connect Existing Wonderlic Account

  1. Click Settings.
  2. Click Integrations.
  3. Scroll down to the "Wonscore by Wonderlic" section.
  4. Click More Details.
  5. Click Connect.
  6. From the next page, click Log In to enter your existing credentials.
  7. Click Log In again to connect.


Link JazzHR Job(s) to Wonderlic

Once your Wonderlic account is integrated with JazzHR, link your JazzHR jobs to a Wonscore job profile to streamline your workflow and begin sending assessments.

**Please note that once a Wonscore assessment is attached to a job, this assessment cannot be removed or switched out for a different assessment.

To link a job as you create it in JazzHR, click the green Setup Job button on the Post tab.


Select an accompanying job within Wonderlic's Job Directory or jobs created on your Wonderlic account, and click Link Job to connect the two. 


Send Wonscore from Candidate Profile

Once you have your Wonderlic account connected with JazzHR, head to a Candidate Profile to start sending Wonscore tests to candidates:

  1. Click the Assessments tab.
  2. Scroll down to the Wonscore section.

Each job in JazzHR must be linked to the accompanying job in your Wonderlic account. If the job your candidate is attached to has not yet been set up:

  1. Click Setup Job.
  2. Select the appropriate matching job from the Wonderlic modal.
  3. Click Link Job (if you haven't already upon job creation).

Once you've linked your job:

  1. Click Send Wonscore.
  2. Enter a Subject Line and Email Body. Note that the link to the assessment will be appended to the bottom of the message.
  3. Click Send Wonscore.

The candidate will receive an email from where he/she can complete the Wonderscore test.


Send Wonscore as Workflow Helper

Add Wonscore tests into your job-specific Workflow directly to automate the sending of assessments to candidates. To add a Wonscore test as a Workflow Helper:

  1. Go to Jobs.
  2. Select the Job on which you want to send a Wonscore assessment.
  3. Click Edit Job. 
  4. Navigate to the Workflow tab.
  5. Find the stage on which you'd like the Wonscore assessment sent out.
  6. Click Add.
  7. Select Assessment from the drop-down.
  8. Select the email template you'd like to be included with the Wonscore test.
  9. Select Wonscore from the "Assessment Provider" drop-down.
  10. Select a specific test from the "Assessment to Send" drop-down.
  11. Click Add Assessment.

Important Note: This must be completed at the job level. You will not be able to add a Wonscore Workflow Helper on a Workflow Template. Assessment Workflow Helpers are job-specific because Wonscore assessments are linked on a job-by-job basis.


Track Wonscore Results

Once a candidate has completed the test, a summary of his/her results will show in the Assessments tab of the Candidate Profile. Click the eye icon to view the results in Wonderlic directly.


A Wonscore status and results will also appear on each job's Candidates page.



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