Employee Attitude and Personality Assessment
Purpose: This test is an overarching assessment of a person's work personality profile and provides an excellent means of evaluating how a person may be best suited to fulfill a company's vision.
No. of questions: 85 plus additional questions (if applicable)
Question type: Self-report
Estimated completion time: 15 minutes
Shorter versions of assessment: N/A
Detailed narrative interpretation
List of Strengths an Limitations
Factors and Scales:
9 factors, broken down into 36 scales, including:
Social Skills: Ability to interact harmoniously with people; to build a rapport with others.
Forcefulness: Assesses whether a person possesses a more commanding and controlling disposition.
Industriousness/Assiduity: Assesses degree to which a person is hard-working and diligent.
Openness to Improvement: Assesses willingness to continuously learn and grow.
Openness to Change: Extent to which an individual is comfortable with variability in his or her environment.
Conformity: Refers to obedient, unquestioning, and responsible conduct.
Resilience: Ability to bounce back from adversity.
Level-headedness: Ability to maintain poise and control in during difficult situations.
Need for Supervision: Assesses whether an individual possesses certain traits or behaviors that would make a supervised environment more beneficial.
• Drive/Success Orientation
• Calculated Risk-taking
• Street Smarts
• Leadership Potential
• Soft Skills
• Coping Skills
• Emotional Stability
• Tension/Nervous Energy
• Accident Proneness
• Technical Skill
• Kinesthetic Skill
• Visual/Spatial Skill
• Linguistic Skill
• Analytical Thinking