If you’ve landed here, you’re probably considering whether or not to hop on the personality test train with the many companies already doing so. Is it helpful? Is it ethical? How do actually use the test results when hiring a new employee?
You have questions. Luckily for you, we’ve got research, answers, AND a testimony from someone with a lot of experience in using personality tests to hire! Let’s dive in.
I steadily gained a greater understanding and appreciation of what the company does, and my role in the company became clearer. I grew more excited about the ways I could contribute to the company, and was able to visualize the growth I’d be able to achieve in line with the projected future plans.
Onboarding a new employee with this method can feel lengthy. It’s not as simple as giving them a handbook, their email login information, and a list of tasks. Trust us when we say that the benefits of using this technique with your next hire will far outweigh the cost.