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Psychological pre-employments to get the right people
Why take the risk when psychological pre-employments provide highly reliable predictions about how a person will function within a role or organisation.
We understand employees are the most important resource within an organisation. Having the right people in place working effectively both as individuals and as members of teams is crucial to your organisational success. However, we often find that due to competing demands or skill gaps that the people factors are neglected or misunderstood.
Our team of skilled psychologists is available to assist you in understanding and addressing potential psychological challenges within the workplace.
Get the confidence you have the right person for the role by undertaking psychological pre-employment assessments. Psychological testing is an objective strategy to assess the suitability of a candidate for a job. These assessments strengthen your selection decisions by providing accurate, reliable and impartial information on a candidate’s strengths and weaknesses in relation to inherent job tasks. The research indicates that the cost of replacing the wrong hire is between 50% and 150% of an employee’s annual salary. Why take the risk when a psychological assessment provides highly reliable predictions about how a person will function within a role or organisation. Better alignment to role requirements result in improved productivity, better retention, employee engagement, and positive safety cultures.
Initially, our psychologists determine the inherent psychological demands of the role and work environment. Once psychological demands are established an appropriate psychometric test and set of psychological assessment procedures are specifically designed. Assessments can be scaled from basic screening to comprehensive evaluations to identify the best candidates for leadership, safety-critical or complex roles.
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