Identify candidates who have the behaviors and characteristics for the particular job you are hiring for by using personality assessments.
Clifton Strengths Finder
The CSF is an online measure of personal talent that identifies areas where an Individuals’ greatest potential for building strengths exists. By identifying one’s top themes of talent, the CSF provides a starting point in the identification of specific personal talents, and the related supporting materials help individuals discover how to build upon their talents to develop strengths within their roles. The primary application of the CSF is as an evaluation that initiates a strengths-based development process in work and academic settings. As an omnibus assessment based on positive psychology, its main application has been in the work domain, but it has been used for understanding individuals and groups in a variety of settings — employee, executive team, student, family, and personal development.
Devine Hourly Selection
Devine Hourly Selection is a pre-employment screening test developed specifically for jobs in call centers, food service, retail, customer service, healthcare, and other similar positions. It provides objective information about a candidate's preferred or typical work style as it relates to successful job performance including factors such as attendance, turnover, work ethic, productivity, rule compliance, and theft. This tool was formerly known as the Workforce Effectiveness Index. The Devine Hourly Selection assesses strengths on the following success factors: Dependability and Work Quality, Interpersonal and Service, Support, Counter-Productive Behavior, and Retention/Turnover.
Employee Productivity Report (EPR™)
The Employee Productivity Report (EPR™) is designed to help identify job applicants who have the potential to become productive staff members. By assessing candidate attitudes and behaviors deemed to be the strongest predictors of future job performance, the Employee Productivity Report helps to identify those candidates most likely to perform their work at the highest and most efficient levels and to avoid engaging in counterproductive behaviors. The Employee Productivity Report assesses: Productivity Attitude, Social Behavior, Safety, Personal Achievements, and Overall Evaluation.
Hogan Personality Inventory
Hogan Personality Inventory (HPI) is a Five Factor personality assessment specifically designed for use in business settings. The HPI provides a comprehensive, business-based assessment of personality specifically designed to predict occupational success that can be used for both selection and development. Specific applications include employability, individual assessment, selection, and individual development/coaching. The HPI is composed of the following scales: Primary Scales- Adjustment, Ambition, Sociability, Interpersonal Sensitivity, Prudence, Inquisitive, and Learning Approach. Occupational Scales - Service Orientation, Stress Tolerance, Reliability, Clerical Potential, Sales Potential, and Managerial Potential.
Manchester Personality Questionnaire (MPQ14.2)
The Manchester Personality Questionnaire (MPQ14.2) is a tool specifically designed to provide a comprehensive assessment of the key personality traits likely to have a high impact on work success. The MPQ14.2 is grounded in the Big Five-Factor model of personality and also focuses on traits relevant to creative and innovative behavior. It is a powerful tool for understanding an individual’s strengths, weaknesses, and areas of competence and is designed for selection, training, as well as development. The MPQ14.2 assesses a number of factors critical to work performance, they are: Originality, Rule Consciousness, Openness to change, Assertiveness, Social Confidence, Empathy, Communicativeness, Independence, Rationality, Competitiveness, Conscientiousness, Perfectionism, Decisiveness, Apprehension, and Creativity.
Myers-Briggs Personality Indicator
The Myers-Briggs Personality Type Indicator is a self-inventory test designed to identify a person's personality type, strengths and preferences. Based on the answers to the questions on the inventory, people are identified as having one of 16 personality types. The goal of the MBTI is to allow respondents to further explore and understand their own personalities including their likes, dislikes, strengths, weaknesses, possible career preferences and compatibility with other people. No one personality type is "best" or "better" than any other one. It isn't a tool designed to look for dysfunction or abnormality. Instead, its goal is simply to help you learn more about yourself. The MBTI must be administered by a trained and qualified practitioner that includes a follow up of the results.
Work Personality Index Select (WPI Select)
The Work Personality Index (WPI) is a work-oriented personality inventory that assesses the personal characteristics and tendencies that influence an individual's job performance. It describes and identifies behaviors that predict work success as well as individual strengths and weaknesses. As a result, the Work Personality Index is well-suited for use in selection and promotion as well as coaching and development. The WPI assesses 17 personality traits that directly relate to work performance: Ambition, Teamwork, Initiative, Concern for Others, Flexibility, Outgoing, Energy, Democratic, Leadership, Innovation, Persistence, Analytical Thinking, Attention to Detail, Self-Control, Rule Following, Stress Tolerance, Dependability, and Social Desirability.
Additional Assessments Available: New Workforce Inventory (NWI), OPQ32, Drive for Service Index, etc.