Add science to your hiring process.
Traditionally, hiring has usually been more art than science. Take the biases and gut reactions out of your hiring process by using an objective, repeatable, scientifically-validated framework.
1) The PI Job Assessment
Begin with the PI Job Assessment. This employment assessment collects input from the hiring manager, key stakeholders and high performers in the role to craft the profile of your ideal job candidate. The resulting job target will paint an objective picture of what the behavioral and cognitive requirements are for the role.
2) The PI Behavioral Assessment
Once your requirements are established, you can invite all of your candidates to take the PI Behavioral Assessment. This assessment is purpose-built for evaluating people’s behaviors in the workplace and refined over 60 years. It allows you to get a clear, unbiased picture of the person you’re evaluating—and whether they’ve got the personality characteristics that will lead to job success.
3) The PI Cognitive Assessment
Can your candidates handle the rigors of job you’re about to give them? Assess their ability to learn and adapt with the PI Cognitive Assessment. Cognitive ability is the number one predictor of job success, and ensuring that the candidate’s cognitive abilities match the job requirements is essential for success.
Reduce hiring bias, increase hiring efficiency
Using these employment assessments will add science and remove bias from the hiring process. As results come back, you can triage candidates by how well they match your original job target. You’ll save time and effort sorting candidates, and go into an interview better prepared with the right questions.
Use assessment insights to manage people
The benefits of employment assessments don’t end when the job offer is accepted—in fact, they’ve only just begun. Tools like Personal Development Charts, Management Strategy Guides, Relationship Guides and Team Dynamics reports will empower managers and help them to motivate, engage, and develop each individual on their teams.