While testing has a long history of providing employers with valuable, objective insight into an individual’s likelihood to succeed in a particular role (and are now used widely across many top organizations), not all tests are equally adept at providing the information an employer may need. CRI offers a suite of job-specific tests as customized assessments for the most comprehensive understanding of a candidate.
Excluding specific skills tests and honesty/integrity tests, most employers that use testing want to know about an individual’s mental abilities and personality traits.
The hundreds of stand-alone personality tests available can’t provide a complete picture of an individual without taking into consideration how that person’s mental abilities interact with his or her personality.
Adding to the confusion are the scoring scenarios implemented by the test developers, which often include a single score or pass/fail scoring system. While easy to interpret, such scoring systems often lead to over-reliance on test results and potential litigation concerns.
At CRI we realize the importance of having one instrument that includes both mental and personality measurement, plus a scoring system that is not subject to the concerns of the pass/fail methods. We call this the 3-Factor Analysis, and are proud to have been the first company in America to develop and debut an instrument which included all 3 critical test elements.
In addition to the 3-factor analysis, CRI offers a suite of job-specific assessments including added-value report features such as:
To effectively manage its human capital, an organization needs to have as much information as possible. Unfortunately, the employee selection and management process is too often clouded by subjectivity and incomplete information to be as effective as it could be. Testing applicants and employees with CRI’s suite of job-specific assessment offerings can clear the air by: