Values Inventory

reveal people whose values closely match the values of your organisation

Increase productivity and decrease voluntary turnover.

Values are enduring, important and deeply held beliefs about what an individual needs from an organisation. They represent aspects of an individual’s ideal job that are most important to them. For example, some people may strongly value security of employment, while others may regard advancement as more important.

When the most important aspects of a person’s ideal job are provided and emphasised by the organisation, then that person is more likely to remain with the organisation, be committed and contribute positively in the workplace. Conversely, when the most important aspects of person’s ideal job are not provided or emphasised by an organisation, that person is likely to be less committed. Hiring people whose values closely match the values of your organisation can:

Increase productivity

Decrease voluntary turnover

Increase organisational commitment

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The Revelian Values Inventory assesses the extent to which potential employees value 20 key work factors, which have been identified as key drivers of commitment and job satisfaction. Use as a primary assessment. Recommended for screening all applicants. All industries – All roles.

You could be testing candidates now. Ask us about an enterprise solution to improve your recruitment processes today.

Questions

20 Questions

Time

10 mins (untimed)

Measures

Cultural fit, Values alignment

Predicts

Organisational commitment

Webinar

A look at values inventory

Developing clear organisational values is key to creating a productive team that will contribute positively in the workplace and want to stick around.

So in this session we’ll talk you through our Values Inventory; a tool that will not only measure what is important within your organisation but one that identifies candidates that align with these values too.

And here are just a few reasons why values are important:

  • They play an important part in defining the character of the organisation
  • They help guide behaviour and decision making
  • They ensure strong commitment from employees and discretionary effort where needed to help the organisation be more competitive

Case Study

A major federal regulatory authority commissioned a study to evaluate the relationship between the Revelian Values Inventory (RVI) and various organisational outcomes. This research identified a direct relationship between applicants’ RVI scores and their job performance, tenure and career advancement.

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