Psychological tests have been found to be one of the most valid and cost effective means for identifying the most suitable applicants for the job (Schmidt & Hunter, 1998). When properly conducted, selection testing can contribute significantly to your bottom line.
SIGMA offers a wide range of both personality-based and cognitive selection measures.
The LSP is a uniquely powerful assessment used in the selection and succession planning of managers and executives. The LSP has recently been optimized and can now be tailored to reflect the specific requirements of your organization and its leadership needs.
Become qualified to use the LSP through Identifying Effective Leaders, our convenient, online qualification course.
This dependability/integrity measure identifies job candidates most likely to be productive, accurate, provide excellent customer service, and stay with your organization for the "long haul". In addition, it identifies applicants who are most likely to engage in counterproductive work behavior such as theft, sabotage, absenteeism, and safety violations.
The MEIA-W examines emotional intelligence in work settings. Use the MEIA-W as part of the employee/leadership selection process and for development purposes.
Research indicates that cognitive ability is the single greatest predictor of success for virtually every job. The PAF is a convenient, impartial measure of general mental ability and intelligence.
The SFPQ is a brief, cost-effective personality measure that encompasses and extends the "Big 5". It is ideal for use in business settings and in research. Among other qualities, the SFPQ draws on an improved model for "Conscientiousness", and has received an exceptionally positive review from the Buros Mental Measurements Yearbook (2000). In addition, items were carefully selected to minimize the effects of social desirability response bias, an issue affecting other popular measures of the Big 5.
The call-center version of the ESQ targets the selection of reliable, productive, committed, customer-service oriented call center personnel.
The SSPO helps select applicants with the cognitive skills necessary to use sound practical judgment in police situations.
The SSSO is a test for screening job applicants for the position of security officer. It is designed to identify job applicants possessing the cognitive skills necessary to use sound practical judgment in security situations, and to write meaningful and credible security incident reports.
The ESQ2 is available on SigmaSelect.Com, a powerful and intuitive web platform that will simplify your hiring process.
Simplify your employee selection process with online testing at SigmaTesting.Com.
Case Study - Retail: Our client reduced employee turnover by 50% after redesigning their selection process to include the ESQ.
Case Study - Manufacturing: The ESQ helped our client reduce workplace injuries by more than 13%.
Employee Turnover Research: An overview of current research involving employee turnover.
Faking & Selection Tests: An investigation of the forced-choice solution used in the ESQ.
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