Overview of the multi-factor approach
Hiring assessments are customized to each job, so we guarantee the accuracy of our results and the quality of every candidate we refer. Our tailored approach has made CRI a trusted partner for HR professionals across many industries. Learn more about our Pre Employment Assessments or contact us to get started today!
1. Candidate scores and details
2. Areas of concern
3. Benchmark range for ideal candidate
4. Assessment and summary of the candidate’s leadership traits
5. Suggested interview questions to probe the candidate with follow-ups and response interpretations
6. Development suggestions for the candidate and steps to effect positive change
7. Candidate Management Summary with full profile and recommendations
Clients receive a Management Summary for each candidate with an analysis of their scores. This summary contains an overall recommendation as to the candidate’s fit for the role alongside specific strengths and weaknesses that were identified.
In addition, The Achiever Assessment™ discusses each of the 6 mental aptitudes and 10 behavioral traits measured and how the candidate’s scores relate to job performance. Included in the report are interview questions which are designed to enhance your hiring process.
CRI Pre Employment Assessments feature a patented approach which evaluates mental aptitude, personality traits, and validity in one instrument. Standard intelligence or personality tests do not provide enough information to predict job performance. CRI assessments measure more factors and demonstrate how they relate, which offers a complete understanding of each candidate.
Below is a detailed breakdown of each factor and examples from assessment feedback.
A recent study revealed that “A” performers tend to be 50-100% more productive than “C” performers. Clearly, identifying the “A” performers can enhance an organization’s performance. So, how does an employer identify the “A” performers and retain them?
Benefits of candidate assessment
• Reveals an individual’s true talents
• Clear basis for comparison with other candidates
• Comparison of abilities with those required by the job
• Questions to ask in an interview
• Introduces objectivity into the selection process
• Evidence of due diligence in the event of litigation
• Ability to benchmark successful performers
• Basis for developing specific training and development programs
• Insight for managers to know how to best manage subordinates
An effective assessment must compare current applicants to successful employees in the same position. CRI assessments establish benchmarks which can be used as a baseline for evaluating candidates.