How To ApproachAssessing talent
Assessments provide valuable insight in every part of the employee life cycle to enable the building of a more engaged, motivated team that delivers the performance and productivity to move your organization forward.
Whether you need to source, select, and develop hourly employees, managers, salespeople, middle management, or executives, we have the assessment tools to match your needs.
Our formula is simple. It starts with finding the right people. This is where you have been such a huge help. Secondly, we train them with an incredible curriculum developed over these past fifteen years. Finally, we manage them to success. Our growth and diversity in the product would not have been possible without the help of Outlaw Group. We appreciate our partnership and look forward to continued success.
The assessment provides objective insights into the core behavioral traits, occupational interests, and reasoning ability of upper-level professionals. This critical information is used to match specific people to specific jobs within your organization.
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At the hourly level, we have short assessments that measure can they do the job, will they do the job, and can you trust them. For positions at the mid-level, our assessment measures behavioral traits and reasoning skills to measure how well they fit the job.
For higher-level positions and sales, we use a comprehensive assessment to determine how well the individual matches the requirements of the job. It can also be used throughout the entire employee lifecycle to increase productivity and job satisfaction.
It provides objective insights into the core behavioral traits, occupational interests, and reasoning ability of upper-level professionals. This critical information is used to match specific people to specific jobs within your organization.
The information is extremely valuable for the manager in coaching and developing the individual. When or if a problem occurs, the assessment information helps the manager better understand the individual and discover how to resolve the issue.
Even when the employee is performing well, the assessment information helps the manager know how to elevate the performance to its peak level.
When it comes time to consider other positions or challenges to keep the employee engaged, the same assessment information can be used to compare the individual to a variety of positions. It can also be helpful in strategic planning for the future by knowing which employees can be developed for future leadership roles.
The best thing about all these opportunities to use pre-employment assessments is that there is no additional cost to use later to mentor, coach and develop the employee.