Assess candidate integrity
Measure conscientiousness and reliability
Assess candidate attitudes towards work habits, integrity and risk of engaging in counterproductive work behaviours such as theft.
Predict productivity, rule-adherence and trustworthiness
Get insights into each candidate’s propensity to behave in an ethical and honest manner at work.
Participants complete 50 items that measure four critical traits
This assessment is not timed and can be completed in only 7 minutes.
Extensive research has demonstrated that integrity tests like the Workplace Productivity Profile (WPP) can predict whether a potential employee might act unethically if hired. Screening your candidates in advance helps you to identify people who are more likely to be productive, conscientious and reliable employees.
Knowing that your team has high moral and ethical values is important for any business, but it’s particularly critical if your employees will have direct access to personal data, cash or inventory, or will be working in a client’s home or place of business. You want people who will treat information and finances honestly and respectfully and can be relied on to act responsibly.
The WPP helps you to hire people who have the right traits to behave in an honest and ethical manner, and who are less likely to engage in counterproductive work behaviours such as theft, fraud, time-wasting and lateness.
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Identify candidates who have the right traits to avoid counterproductive work behaviours
The WPP assesses four traits:
Have confidence that employees will behave in your organisation’s best interests
The WPP is especially popular for roles that have a degree of responsibility or autonomy, particularly entry-level roles. This includes jobs that give employees access to personal or financial information, cash and inventory. It’s also useful for roles that require employees to regulate their own behaviour or work in customer’s homes or businesses.
The WPP is widely used in roles such as:
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Each candidate’s report indicates their overall integrity rating: High, Medium or Low. You’ll also see percentile ratings for each of the four trait scores, along with full explanations for each trait score.
In some cases, candidates may be inclined to exaggerate their strengths or downplay their weaknesses. To counteract this, the assessment includes an internal mechanism that detects potential self-enhancement. If detected, the candidate’s score will be adjusted up or down to provide a more accurate representation across the impacted trait(s). If the self-enhancement is extreme, we’ll flag the result as potentially invalid.
Get in touch to learn more about how the WPP can help you identify candidates who will be more reliable and conscientious.