Personality Tests for Recruitment

Personality Tests for Recruitment
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Are you recruiting for a key position? Do you need to understand who you are getting in addition to someone who is competent and skilled? Is it essential that your new hires are a good fit for the team and your organsiation’s culture? If yes, using personality tests and assessments, as part of a balanced selection and assessment process, can help.

5 Benefits of Using Personality Tests in Your Recruitment Process:

  1. Quickly identify and explore potential strengths and likely behavioural styles.
  2. Quickly identify and explore hidden personal and leadership derailers.
  3. Understand likely job and cultural fit.
  4. Accelerate the onboarding, integration, and development of successful candidates.
  5. Reduce the risk – and costs – of poor hiring decisions.

I just wanted to thank you again for your support in the recruitment for this position – we definitely got the right person and they have ‘blown us away’

Ganton Golf Club

What We Offer

We offer a remote administration, interpretation, and debrief service for a number of personality tests and assessments. This includes suggested areas to probe and explore in the interview, and additional interview questions if required.

We also offer a 1-2-1 feedback service for successful candidates if desired.

Which Personality Tests and Assessments Do We Use?

The 16pf

16pf personality test

The 16pf is a highly researched measure of personality trait. It reports likely behaviour across 5 global scales and 16 subscales.

Sample Management Potential Report

Sample Narrative Report with Interview Questions

Hogan Assessments

Hogan Personality Test

Hogan personality assessments are a suite of personality tests that have been developed solely on the research of working adults.

  • Hogan Personality Inventory (HPI) – everyday personality when we are at our best.
  • Hogan Development Survey (HDS) – the elements of our personality that start to emerge when we are tired and stressed; jeopardising relationships and creating leadership derailment.
  • Hogan Motives, Values, Preferences Inventory (MVPI) – the core goals, values, drivers, and interests that determine what we desire and strive to attain.
  • Hogan Business Reasoning Inventory (HBRI) – describes reasoning style – the ability to evaluate sets of data, make decisions, solve problems, and avoid repeating past mistakes.

EQ-i 2.0 – Emotional Quotient Inventory

The EQ-i 2.0 reports emotional intelligence across 5 primary scales and 15 subscales. Research claims that emotional intelligence is responsible for up to 85% of job performance.

“Thank you so much for the tests and questions, which were very helpful. We used some of your questions in the final round and Elected Members on the Panel found the questions and results insightful and helpful and complemented the interviews very well.

I would have no hesitation in using your services again. It was a pleasure to meet you and thanks again for your assistance.