Did you know that the most cost-effective combination of assessment methods is a behavioral assessment, a skills test and a structured interview? In addition to skill assessments, we can now provide you with the relevant behavioral assessments for hiring, so you can measure your candidates’ and employees’ full potential for success.
For an integrated picture of candidates’ backgrounds, you need to test for three indicators:
1. Cognitive abilities – reveal their verbal skills, verbal reasoning, numerical ability, and the numeric reasoning.
2. Behavioral traits – reveal if their personality is aligned with the job and organizational culture.
3. Motivational interests – reveal where their passions lie and help you assign tasks that will allow them to best align their interests with their responsibilities.
Why use behavioral assessment tests for employment?
Detailed cognitive and behavioral assessment tests help predict how candidates will perform should they get hired.
ASSESS FOR CULTURAL FIT
Equitable and culturally responsive behavioral assessment tests allow you to identify candidates with the innate characteristics, intellectual abilities and learned skills to ensure their cultural fit.
TAKE AN INTEGRATED APPROACH
From prescreening to job analysis, taking an integrated approach—one that combines both skills and behavioral assessments–will best help you identify candidates’ full capabilities.
SAVE ON COSTS
The most cost-effective combination of assessment methods is a cognitive ability test and a structured interview, which together account for 40% of job performance. (Schmidt & Hunter 1998).