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Employee Integrity Test

For Staffing Integrity, Reliability and Trust

Employee ethics may sound like a nebulous idea, but staffing integrity has a real impact on your bottom line. Estimates of the cost of employee theft range from $10 to $200 billion annually. While it’s hard to pin down the exact cost, there’s no doubt that staffing integrity is a key issue for all organizations.

That’s why Select International’s team of Industrial/Organizational psychologists developed the Select Assessment for Employee Reliability, an integrity test to help organizations identify individuals who possess high integrity and are less likely to engage in theft and other counterproductive work behaviors.

This integrity test uses three primary assessment methodologies to evaluate key factors of integrity:  personal beliefs, biographical data and situational judgment.  Based on extensive research to identify the best predictors of strong employee ethics, the Select Assessment for Employee Reliability measures the following factors:

  • Impulsive – Impulsive candidates are more likely to make rash decisions and react without thinking through the consequences.
  • Antisocial – Antisocial candidates are more likely to push societal boundaries and have the potential to engage in dishonest and untrustworthy behavior.
  • Unaccountable – Unaccountable candidates tend to blame others for their mistakes and fail to take responsibility for their actions.
  • Noncompliant – Noncompliant candidates are more likely to disregard rules, policies and procedures and have less respect for authority than others do.

Our research has shown that individuals who perform poorly on this assessment are more likely to be absent, demonstrate counterproductive work behaviors, steal and ultimately be terminated. Use an integrity test, like the Select Assessment for Employee Reliability, to identify these troublesome candidates before they become part of your organization.

 

Employee Integrity Test

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