Get insight into candidates’ personality and preferences
Powerful insights into how the candidate is likely to approach the role and fit with the team and your organisation.
While cognitive aptitude tests tell you if someone will learn quickly and be productive at work, personality assessments complement these perfectly with rich insight into how candidates will behave and interact with others, and the kind of work environment they prefer to work at their best.
Find out if your candidates are likely to succeed in the role
The Employee Personality Profile (EPP) is based on the globally endorsed “Big Five” or “Five Factor” model of personality, and assesses traits that remain fairly stable throughout a person’s life. It gives you objective, scientific and highly useful information about how a candidate will behave at work.
While this is valuable information, it’s also critical to know whether a candidate has the right personality to succeed in a specific role. That’s why the EPP includes a range of benchmarks – which are sets of traits that predict success in a role – that you can compare your candidates against. So, if you’re hiring for a sales manager, you can see if your candidates have the right mix of traits like achievement, extroversion and goal-orientation. Or, if you need to hire a customer service rep, you can use a benchmark that includes traits such as cooperativeness and patience.
Identify candidates whose work preferences align with the work environment.
The Workplace Alignment Assessment (WAA) measures the degree of alignment between a candidate’s work preferences and the environment your organisation provides. Every candidate is looking for something different in their ideal workplace, and every organisation offers a different working environment. When employees feel that their most important workplace needs are met by their employer, they’re more likely to remain engaged and committed, and stay for longer.
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Use trusted, scientifically valid assessments
While there are plenty of personality tools available, it’s crucial when hiring to select assessments that based on robust science and have been extensively validated to predict performance and other key workplace outcomes.
Employee Personality Profile (EPP)
The EPP assesses 12 personality traits that predict a candidate’s behavioural style at work, and their degree of fit with the requirements for a particular position.
Workplace Alignment Assessment (WAA)
Identify candidates who are aligned with your organisation and more likely to engaged, satisfied and committed.