PI Job Assessment
Did you know that according to a study by Leadership IQ, 46% of newly-hired employees fail within 18 months? The PI Job Assessment™ helps you move beyond the traditional hiring process of job descriptions and resumes, improving your ability to match real people to job descriptions. This helps ensure a candidate will succeed in a new role, saving a lot of frustration, expense, and inefficiency down the road.
People excel when the work they do aligns with their strengths.
Job descriptions may tell us a lot about tasks and skills, but they tell us little about the kind of person who will succeed best in that job. Assessing the roles in your organization with the PI Job Assessment helps you x-ray each job and identify the underlying traits that will lead to success in each specific role.
Plus, 59% of employee engagement is attributed to job fit. If you are not a fit (behaviorally or cognitively) for your job, all the ping pong tables in the world aren’t worth a thing. Job fit is the leading indicator of long term engagement. And you want your people to STAY.
Scientifically valid + unbiased
All of our assessments are research-backed and scientifically reliable and valid, which supports clients’ legal compliance with the EEOC and the uniform Guidelines on Employee Selection Procedures.
The PI Job Assessment is a science-backed tool built on the behavioral traits and cognitive abilities that will ensure a candidate will succeed in your new role. We all have biases that sneak into our decisions—whether we recognize them or not. By creating objective measures of both the job and the candidate, we inoculate ourselves against those biases. Plus, behavioral drives and cognitive ability have been proven to be strong predictors of job performance. Having this information is a powerful tool for both your recruitment and your development efforts.
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